Greg Jennings Apologizes for Yelling at Packers' Receivers Coach
"It felt good to release some of that built-up tension because I never really do that," Jennings told the Green Bay Press-Gazette. "I had to tell Jimmy, 'My fault, Jimmy. It's not you. It's this game of football.' And being a competitor, you get caught up in the game and caught up in your emotions, and they get best of you sometimes, and I definitely let them get the best of me on Sunday."
Jennings said he apologized and considered his behavior "out of character."
But he then hinted that he's unhappy with the amount of passes being thrown his way.
"I've never been an 'I-I, me-me guy,' and our guys know that," Jennings said. "But when you're not able to perform to your level and you have really no control over it, it is frustrating."
When Jennings says he has no control of it, he means that he's not being included enough in the offense, and there may be some truth to that. This season Jennings is on pace for just 45 catches and 586 yards, a sharp decline for someone who has averaged 74 catches and about 1,200 yards for the last two seasons. If those numbers don't improve, this might not be the last time we see Jennings upset with the Packers' coaching staff.