Greg Jennings: Leapin' Lambeau One Touchdown at a Time

Kaitlyn DmyterkoContributor IMay 27, 2009

GREEN BAY, WI - JANUARY 12:  Wide receiver Greg Jennings #85 of the Green Bay Packers celebrates with a 'Lambeau leap' after catching a two-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter against the Seattle Seahawks during the NFC divisional playoff game on January 12, 2008 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.  (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Greg Jennings from Kalamazoo, was drafted to Green Bay for the 2006 season. Since then, Jennings has rushed a striking 2,844 yards and ran 24 touchdowns in just two seasons.  But, where has Jennings learned to fortify his muscle?  Let’s find out…

Tell us about your history, Greg. When you were little, who impacted you most to start your football career, what team inspired you most, what was the best advice anyone gave you when you were starting out?

How did you choose which college you went to, Western Michigan?

You began your career in 2006 as a rookie, now you are a Packers' star. How does that feel?  Is there a feeling of nostalgia you have in the two seasons you have played with your Packers?

What has been the most memorable moment of your career thus far?

What was it like to join the Green Bay Packers?  Were you a fan of the Packers when you joined?  How did it feel?  Was it your first choice?

Looking back, compare last season to what you have in store for the 2009-2010 season. What are the major changes? 

What’s the most significant change that has taken place between 2006 and now?

Where do you see yourself in five years?  Any long term goals for yourself?

What jam do you and the guys like to get pumped up to before a big game?

Do you have any superstitious rituals you do before going on the field?

What’s it like playing in Lambeau Field, quite possibly the most legendary field in football, the same Vince Lombardi and Bart Starr once walked on?

How many Lambeau leaps have you done?  What’s it like?

Who’s the craziest cheesehead you’ve ever encountered during your time in Green Bay and what’s the most outlandish thing you’ve ever seen a fan do?

What’s it like to work with Mike McCarthy?

If you could run plays with any football player in history, living or dead, who would it be and why?

What do we have in store this season?  Any major changes? Any letdowns or heartbreaks we can prepare for now?