Packers receiver James Jones brought some entertainment to the locker room Wednesday when he grabbed a microphone and took over an interview with teammate Greg Jennings. Jennings had been answering questions for nearly 15 minutes when Jones, who's locker is adjacent to Jennings', took a microphone from Jessie Garcia (WTMJ). Once Jennings finished answering a previous question, Jones broke in. "Do you feel like this is your opportunity to really take over that No. 1 role and become the No. 1 star in this offense," Jones asked in a snarky manner. (Donald Driver has been ruled out for Sunday's game.) "We don't really have a No. 1 guy," Jennings started to say when Jones cut him off. "We do," Jones interrupted. "We have starters. So, now, you're a starter. Are you going to take control of that No. 1 role now?" "I'm going to do everything within my will to make sure I hold up my end of the bargain," Jennings said with a a smile. "But it's a team game and I expect the guy to my right (which is Jones) Jones to step up and catch that ball down the sideline. And I'm going to hold him accountable. Just like he's going to hold me accountable for taking a horrible angle and looking stank, like he puts it, on a shake-route. "We hold ourselves to a high standard and that's not going to change because Donald is out. And he's going to be on the sidelines saying 'What's up? What are y'all doing?' You know how it is." As entertaining as it was to see the two go back and forth, the thing is Jones asked a good question and Jennings gave a good answer. After that, the rest of the reporters kind of looked at each other and ended the session. It was an appropriate final question and answer.
James Jones: The Reporter
Nov. 6, 2013 11:21 AM
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