There didn't seem to be any limitations on Packers WR Greg Jennings during Saturday's practice. During the six periods the media was allowed to watch, Jennings took part in everything, including the 2-minute drill, where he caught several passes from QB Aaron Rodgers.
Afterward, coach Mike McCarthy said, "Greg looked good today. He made a big jump. He practiced well." McCarthy said that Jennings pushed himself through the entire practice, taking on his normal load to see how his injured groin would hold up and things looked good. "That (endurance) doesn't look to be an issue," McCarthy said.
Jennings said Friday that he doesn't expect to be 100% on Monday night, but it's probably a good sign for him that he was able to practice two days in a row. Friday was his first work since pulling his groin muscle against San Francisco in the season opener.
Things are certainly looking up for Jennings, but he's only a WR2-type start even if he does play on Monday night, so don't bench solid options hoping that Jennings will play.