Green Bay Packers: Top 10 Wide Receivers of All Time

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7. Greg Jennings (2006-12)

Jennings was drafted in the second round of the 2006 NFL draft and was immediately named a started opposite of Donald Driver. He finished the season being named to the NFL All Rookie team and also caught Brett Favre’s 400th touchdown pass against the Detroit Lions.

His career was filled with memorable moments that all Packers fans could appreciate. In 2007, Jennings caught a 16-yard pass from Favre that broke the all-time touchdown pass record, he caught an 82-yard touchdown pass in overtime to defeat the Denver Broncos and caught Aaron Rodgers’ first touchdown pass.

In 2009, Jennings caught a 50-yard game-winning touchdown against the Chicago Bears in the season opener and finished with eight receptions for 130 yards and a touchdown in the highest scoring playoff game in NFL history against the Arizona Cardinals.

However, his most memorable moment may be Jennings’ performance in Super Bowl XLV against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He finished the game with 64 yards and score two touchdowns and one huge play on third down to seal the game which resulted in the wide receiver screaming “oh my goodness!”

And although his career with the Packers resulted in an ugly divorce where he refused to acknowledge Rodgers by his name, but only by his number, the two time Pro Bowl player finished with 425 receptions, 6,537 yards receiving and 53 touchdowns.