Greg Jennings has spent a large portion of 2012 on the shelf for the Green Bay Packers.
The superstar wideout has been hampered by a groin injury, and while it is hard not to notice his absence, the Packers offense has done just fine without him.
In fact, QB Aaron Rodgers has thrown 13 touchdowns over the last three games, including six against the Houston Texans in Week 6.
The success of Green Bay's offense, combined with the fact that Jennings is set to become a free agent, has led Packers beat writer Bob McGinn to formulate this opinion of the situation:
If the Packers are as convinced as I am that this is Greg Jennings' final season in Green Bay, Ted Thompson should do all he can to attract fair market value and move him before the Oct. 30 trading deadline.
This is only an opinion, but Green Bay is absolutely loaded at receiver with Jordy Nelson, James Jones and Randall Cobb all having good to great 2012 campaigns.
There has been no substantial interest to speak of on this front yet, but with the Packers finding their footing offensively, this is a rumor to watch as Oct. 30 approaches.