Packers No. 1 Receivers Who Skipped Town
Greg Jennings isn’t the first receiver to leave the Green Bay Packers and he won’t be the last. There have been plenty of guys who’s moved on for one reason or another.
Jennings is a little different though. He was the Packers No. 1 receiver. That is, at least until he started spending more time in street clothes on the sideline than he did in his uniform on the field.
This is by no means an unprecedented situation, though. Here’s a look at the Packers No. 1 receivers who went on to play for another team.
And no, Walter Stanley or Phillip Epps do not qualify as a No. 1 receivers in anyone’s mind, except for maybe Forrest Gregg’s.
Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.