The market for free-agent receiver Greg Jennings is finally heating up.
After two days with little or no action for the Packers free-agent receiver, Jennings is reportedly visiting the Minnesota Vikings today.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the visit early this morning.
Several receivers already have come off the market before Jennings even made his first visit. The Dolphins on Tuesday signed former Steelers receiver Mike Wallace to a five-year, $60 million contract at around the same time the Seahawks acquired Percy Harvin in a trade with the Vikings and then gave him a six-year, $67 million deal.
Then yesterday Wes Welker went from the Patriots to the Broncos for two-years and $12 million, and the Patriots replaced him with former Rams receiver Danny Amendola for $31 million over five years.
Sources said the Packers have not ruled out trying to re-sign Jennings at a lower price than the $10 million per year they offered him last year. Jennings had been seeking a larger deal, but the market appears to be softer than he anticipated.