Packers sign WR Sederrick Cunningham
Wes Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press-Gazette announced Monday that the Green Bay Packers have signed street free agent wide receiver Sederrick Cunningham.
Cunningham went undrafted in 2012 after playing his collegiate ball at the University of Furman. There, he split time between receiver and kick returner. He tallied 99 total catches with seven touchdowns to go along with over 1,500 return yards and one touchdown.
Coastal Carolina held a pro day in 2012 at which Cunningham ran the 40-yard dash in 4.45 seconds and topped out at 35 inches on his vertical leap.
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While many feel that Jennings is all but out of Green Bay, he would still be a valuable and vital piece of Packers offense
Recently on Twitter, free agent wide receiver Greg Jennings posted a picture of his empty locker with the following note:
“My #packers locker is empty. Reply w/ a caption letting me know if you want it to stay that way or not! #freeagentlife“
I am one who thinks the Green Bay Packers need to do what they can to keep Jennings and this post was actually a bit encouraging. It seems as though Jennings is doing the “litmus test” to see how Packer nation feels about the possibility of him leaving. I responded in support of his staying as did many others.
I realize that the large majority feel that Jennings is headed out of Green Bay when free agency starts in March. I have heard all of the stats about how much he could command on the open market and how the Packers have several other vital pieces of their team that are up for free agency soon. Losing good players is just part of the business of football.
Still, I saw a lot of value in what Jennings brought to the team after he returned from injury in early December this past season. Jennings caught 24 passes and had three touchdowns. He had another six catches and a touchdown in last week’s divisional playoff game against the San Francisco 49ers. Not gaudy numbers by any means, but many of Jennings’ catches were made because he found a way to get open. Read more... (755 words + 3 images, estimated 3:01 mins reading time)