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With James Jones, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb all playing excellent football and the thought of losing Greg Jennings for little to nothing in free agency a looming thought, it'd be wise of the Packers to deal Greg Jennings before the trade deadline.
However, the problems with trading Greg Jennings are numerous.
First, he's been injured most of the season, driving his price down.
Second, he's getting up there in age, again driving his price down.
Third, a team trading for him would have to hand him a big contract in the offseason, yet again driving his price down.
Still, there's probably some team out there that'd be willing to hand out a second- or third-round pick to acquire a player as good and consistent as Jennings.
Miami is a team that comes to mind, as Brian Hartline and Greg Jennings on the outside and Davone Bess in the slot actually gives the Dolphins a legitimate three-wide set.