Packer WR Greg Jennings officially signed his three year contract extension on Wednesday. The extension will pay Jennings about $27 million dollars over the next three seasons, making him one of the highest paid receivers in the NFL.
Last season he caught 80 balls for over 1200 yards and 9 TDs.
Over the last few seasons, a handful of Packers players who wanted extensions let negotiations get ugly. Jennings said that he wanted to keep his conversations with the Packes low-key and he wasn't going to hold out.
The Packers still have a handfull of other players that could become free agents after the season including Pro Bowl safety Nick Collins and linebacker Aaron Kampman.