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Could Greg Jennings be in a Miami Dolphin’s uniform next season? It seems very likely.
It’s very simple. Greg Jennings has been a Green Bay Packer for his entire career, and for that entire career, outside of the 2012-13 season, Joe Philbin was his offensive coordinator. Now, Philbin is the head coach of the Dolphins, while Jennings is now a free agent and is more than likely going to a new team next season. 
According to an article on NFL.com, Greg Jennings and Joe Philbin still have a very good relationship, and it appears Jennings is very interested in reunited with his former coordinator as his head coach. It would make plenty of sense, as the Dolphins have plenty of salary cap space to be able to pay Jennings plenty of money, they are in deep need of a true #1 receiver, and Jennings would have much less of a learning curve than any other new receiver because of his history with Philbin.

Could Greg Jennings be in a Miami Dolphin’s uniform next season? It seems very likely.

It’s very simple. Greg Jennings has been a Green Bay Packer for his entire career, and for that entire career, outside of the 2012-13 season, Joe Philbin was his offensive coordinator. Now, Philbin is the head coach of the Dolphins, while Jennings is now a free agent and is more than likely going to a new team next season.

According to an article on NFL.com, Greg Jennings and Joe Philbin still have a very good relationship, and it appears Jennings is very interested in reunited with his former coordinator as his head coach. It would make plenty of sense, as the Dolphins have plenty of salary cap space to be able to pay Jennings plenty of money, they are in deep need of a true #1 receiver, and Jennings would have much less of a learning curve than any other new receiver because of his history with Philbin.

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