NFL Free-Agent Scouting Report: Greg Jennings

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Seven-year veteran wide receiver Greg Jennings avoids the franchise tag and hits unrestricted free agency for the first time in his career. 

Reports have indicated that Jennings is looking for somewhere around $12 million a year in a new deal. It's hard to see him reaching that goal, but there are plenty of wide receiver-needy teams that have plenty of cap space, from the Indianapolis Colts to the Miami Dolphins. 

In the video above, I break down Jennings' game, both his strengths and weakness.

From his run-after-the-catch ability to his expert route running, Jennings would be an excellent addition to any team running a West Coast Offense with a young signal-caller under center. 

Of course, hanging over Jennings like a cloud is the fact that he missed a significant amount of time in 2012 with a groin injury. 

Let us know in the comments below where you see Jennings ending up and if you think he's worth his asking price. 

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