It seems that it’s almost a foregone conclusion the Green Bay Packers will lose receiver Greg Jennings as a free agent this offseason. They may be losing him to the Miami Dolphins.

The Miami Herald reported the Dolphins are expected to make a run at Jennings, on Monday.

Seems logical.

The Packers former offensive coordinator, Joe Philbin, is the Dolphins head coach and their best receiver is Brian Hartline, which is nothing to brag about.

The Packers, meanwhile, didn’t make a serious offer to keep Jennings before the receiver cut off negotiations before the season started. The logical thinking is, the Packers have plenty of receivers and have to dole out some big-money contract extensions to some key players real soon — notably, Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews.

That probably means Jennings’ days are numbered in Green Bay.

It’s unfortunate. Jennings has proven he can still be that go-to guy after returning from abdominal surgery that cost him eight games this season.