Greg Jennings is Now An Announcer

Greg Jennings

Former Green Bay Packers receiver Greg Jennings has been a regular on the talking heads circuit since retiring from the NFL. We often see him on Colin Cowherd’s show.

Now, it appears he’ll be doing more than being a talking head. Jennings is set to make his debut as a color man on Fox’s broadcast of the Green Bay Packers’ game with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.

This is a big move for Jennings. Although he hasn’t always rubbed former teammates the right way, we’ve found him to be insightful when he’s talking about the game. Now, it appears he’s secured a regular gig in the booth.

There are only so many of those to go around. Interesting that he’ll be making his debut calling a Packers’ game, but it seems a fitting way to break him in. Talk about what you know.

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3 Comments on "Greg Jennings is Now An Announcer"

    • PF4L

      Don’t care. To me, he’s the same type of low life that talks shit about their former teams and teammates as Finley, Bennett, etc.

      There is no honor in that.

  1. Andrew Chitko

    I would love to be a fly on the wall in their production meeting when McCarthy and Jennings have a little chat.

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