Why is Greg Jennings such an inspiration as a wide receiver in the NFL today?
The reason why is because he is making a big impact with the Green Bay Packers. Plus he has made Aron Rodgers numbers turn up since Brett Favre left.
Finally, someone willing to talk NFL without also talking the Lions (I live in Michigan...ughh haha).
To answer the question however, I would have to talk about his outlook on playing. Jennings along with others in the league (Andre Johnson, Reggie Wayne, teammate Donald Driver, etc.) never have any trouble getting payed. Unlike the wide receiver divas in the league, Greg, who already stated he is going to become a pastor after his football career is over, would rather spend a couple days days every year negotiating and the other 363 training and playing the game he loves. He fills his free time working with underprivileged kids and building homes for families in need. For the upcoming season, Jennings is going to donate $1,000 to House of Hope (a Green Bay shelter for women and single mothers) for every touchdown he catches in the 2010-2011 season. I'm considering writing a hub about Jennings as an inspiration in the next week or so
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