Greg Jennings Fantasy News

Greg Jennings retires

Monday, July 25, 2016, 10:10am

ESPN - [Full Article]

Veteran wide receiver Greg Jennings on Monday announced his retirement from the NFL after 10 seasons.

In a video posted on the FamiLeague channel on YouTube, Jennings said he was "done" with football and is "excited to be done."

Jennings, 32, said, "physically I know I can do it, I can still play ... but I feel like as though I would be going back to football instead of moving forward."

Friday, December 4, 2015, 6:28pm

Dolphins WR Kenny Stills (ankle, questionable) missed practice Friday after taking limited reps Thursday and is questionable for Week 13. It looks like Stills injured his ankle in practice. This further boosts DeVante Parker’s Sneaky Start status, though Stills is expected to play. Greg Jennings would likely see an uptick in snaps if Stills can’t play.

Friday, October 23, 2015, 7:16pm

Dolphins WR Kenny Stills (back, probable) took full practice reps on Friday after being limited earlier in the week and is probable for Week 7. Stills played 42% of he snaps in Week 6, so he’s still behind Jarvis Landry and Rishard Matthews in playing time, but he’s moved ahead of Greg Jennings on the depth chart.

Thursday, October 22, 2015, 6:35pm

Dolphins WR Kenny Stills (back) took limited practice reps again Thursday. Stills played 42% of he snaps in Week 6, so he’s still behind Jarvis Landry and Rishard Matthews in playing time, but he’s moved ahead of Greg Jennings on the depth chart.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015, 6:13pm

Dolphins WR Kenny Stills (back) took limited practice reps Wednesday. Stills played 42% of he snaps in Week 6, so he’s still behind Jarvis Landry and Rishard Matthews in playing time, but he’s moved ahead of Greg Jennings.

Dolphins Beat: 'Expect more' Jonas Gray and DeVante Parker

Thursday, October 15, 2015, 11:58am

Sun-Sentinel - [Full Article]

Expect more Jonas Gray on Sunday when the Dolphins play in Tennessee. Expect more DeVante Parker (and less Greg Jennings), too, as the Dolphins looks to shake things up beyond just the call to animal-ism that Dan Campbell is understandably making.

It’s time for Parker to see the field more. He was the No. 1 draft pick for a reason, and his size and athleticism are needed on an offense that’s having trouble getting into the end zone. He has just four catches for 49 yards.

Gray is a more physical back than what the Dolphins have. He has just 10 carries for 49 yards (4.9 average) this year. Lamar Miller has 37 carries for 131 yards (3.5 average). Damien Williams has five carries for 22 yards (4.4 average).

Fantasy Impact:

Miller should get an opportunity to run the ball, but this call for more Gray is a bit worrisome. Miller averaged 5.1 YPC last year, but is only generating 3.5 YPC this season. Did he suddenly forget how to run or are there larger issues with the offensive line and/or commitment to the running game? We're betting on the latter. As for Parker, he's worth a stash on the news that he should see more snaps ahead of Jennings.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015, 7:15pm

Dolphins WR DeVante Parker (foot) practiced fully Wednesday. Parker looks like a full go for Week 1. He’s competing for snaps with Kenny Stills and Greg Jennings, though Stills has not had a good preseason.

Dolphins Beat: Coaches 'love' Greg Jennings for his route-running and leadership

Wednesday, August 19, 2015, 2:51pm

Aarmando Salguero - [Full Article]

Greg Jennings got no guarantee from Dolphins he'd be one of the top 4 WRs. Now coaches love him for his route-running, professionalism, leadership.

Fantasy Impact:

Jennings still has some gas left in the tank. He was the #42 fantasy receiver last season, and he'll vie for targets with Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker behind Jarvis Landry. The presence of Jennings and Stills makes us wonder how quickly Parker will make an impact once he recovers from his foot injury.

Ryan Tannehill hopes to improve on deep throws

Tuesday, August 11, 2015, 6:49pm

Fox Sports - [Full Article]

QB Ryan Tannehill stood in the Miami Dolphins' practice bubble Tuesday lobbing a succession of 35-yard passes, hitting each receiver in stride and making it look easy.

It's not.

A controlled-climate atmosphere with no pass rush, no secondary and receivers running at half speed isn't quite the same as going deep in New England in December. So we won't know for a while whether Tannehill has improved his accuracy on long passes, a glaring weakness in his first three NFL seasons.

But two weeks into training camp, Tannehill senses progress.

"Not only am I better at it, but our receivers are doing a great job of adjusting to the football and making plays on it when it's in the air," he said. "I'm excited about that and the potential that we have. It's something that's going to be a factor for us."

To support his contention, Tannehill's success rate on deep throws in practice has been higher than in past years. He caused a stir Sunday with three long completions during team drills.
A breakthrough? Nah, veteran receiver Greg Jennings said.

"You can't put so much into it," Jennings said. "I'd love to say we're going to complete deep balls this year at a high percentage. But none of this now means anything if we can't translate it into games."

Fantasy Impact:

While Tannehill has steadily improved overall since he became a starter as a rookie in 2012, his grade on throwing long remains incomplete. Last year he connected on 24 percent of his passes thrown more than 20 yards (10 for 41), which was even worse than his career figure of 27 percent. Aaron Rodgers, by comparison, hit 51 percent last year (20 for 39). In 2014, Tannehill threw one touchdown pass that traveled more than 20 yards in the air. Andrew Luck threw 11 and Rodgers nine. Peyton Manning, Joe Flacco, Ben Roethlisberger and Tony Romo threw eight each, the story said. A revamped group of WRs should also help Tannehill improve, which will make fantasy owners happy.

Lazor: Miami offense will go 'as fast as Ryan Tannehill can go'

Tuesday, August 4, 2015, 9:00pm

Palm Beach Post - [Full Article]

OC Bill Lazor, who took over play-calling duties last year and elevated Miami’s offense to 11th in the NFL at 24.3 points per game.

He oversaw a faster offense that made space for playmakers and took advantage of mismatches.

But he could do only so much with the personnel he inherited. This season, the Dolphins have brought in bigger red-zone threats in 6-foot-5 tight end Jordan Cameron and 6-3 rookie receiver DeVante Parker, who is recovering from foot surgery.

They traded for receiver Kenny Stills, who replaces Mike Wallace as the team’s deep threat but is a stronger route runner. They also signed veteran Greg Jennings, a former Pro Bowl receiver.

It’s a lot of new faces for Lazor, but he said it all starts with his quarterback and center, who already have a year of experience in the offense.

“We’re gonna go as fast as Ryan Tannehill and Mike Pouncey can go,” Lazor said. “The other guys got to keep up.”

Fantasy Impact:

Expectations are high for the Miami offense but a lot will depend on the offensive line too the story said. Like the Eagles, the team wants to move fast at times and the hope for them is Tannehill now has the weapons around him. Tannehill comes in 10th on our QB list this year so fantasy expectations are high too. He's among a tier of QBs owners who wait on the position will be thinking about when it comes to the mid-to-late rounds. His ADP is the ninth for 12 team leagues.

Philbin: New WRs better fit for Ryan Tannehill

Monday, July 27, 2015, 1:28pm

Fox Sports - [Full Article]

The Miami Dolphins overhauled their wide receiver group this offseason, with the exception of promising second-year player, Jarvis Landry. Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline, and Brandon Gibson are all out of Miami, and have been "replaced" by Greg Jennings, Kenny Stills, and DeVante Parker.

Three new receivers, three better fits for Ryan Tannehill, according to head coach Joe Philbin. He is confident the trio of Jennings, Stills, and Parker are better for Tannehill than the previous trio of Wallace, Hartline, and Gibson.

"I do think it’s a better skill set to match [Tannehill]," Philbin told the Palm Beach Post.

Fantasy Impact:

As expected, first-round pick DeVante Parker should be a big part of the offense this season. Philbin had great things to say about Stills' speed and called Parker and Jennings QB-friendly guys. A combination of these three receivers, plus Landry, the story said, should give Tannehill the weapons he needs. Add in newly-acquired tight end Jordan Cameron and the Dolphins look like a dangerous offense. As a result, Tannehill finds himself ranked 10th on our QB list. If he can produce QB1 numbers, he could be a real steal with an ADP of the ninth round in 12-team leagues.

Dolphins expect DeVante Parker will play Week 1

Saturday, July 25, 2015, 12:43pm

Miami Herald - [Full Article]

Rookie wide receiver DeVante Parker, recovering from foot surgery, is not going to be ready for practice at the start of training camp. He is a candidate for the physically unable to perform list.

"Whenever the medical staff tells us he's ready to go we'll get him out there," HC Joe Philbin said. "... Hopefully, we'll get him back sooner as opposed to later."

Despite the fact Parker won't be 100 percent in time for Thursday's first training camp practice, the coach has little doubt he'll be ready for the regular season.

"It's hard to predict if Week One he'll be ready for 30 snaps or 60 snaps," Philbin said.

Fantasy Impact:

Parker reportedly looked good before injuring his foot. He doesn't have a clear path to snaps with Kenny Stills and Greg Jennings on the roster, so he may have to earn his playing time as the season wears on.

Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry working on straight line speed

Thursday, July 9, 2015, 11:44pm

Miami Herald - [Full Article]

While most NFL players are vacationing this month, Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry and his buddy and former LSU teammate, Odell Beckham Jr. (the NFL offensive Rookie of the Year) are pushing themselves through grueling morning workout at well-regarded trainer Pete Bommarito’s Performance Systems facility in Davie.

Landry is determined to improve his speed to prove he’s more than a slot receiver.

Is his speed better? “Absolutely,” Landry said this week. “I can’t wait to show it.”

Landry flashed that explosiveness when he caught a deep ball from Ryan Tannehill during the Dolphins’ minicamp last month.

“You can see the difference with Jarvis,” Bommarito said. “There’s a difference between straight line speed and football speed. He’s excelled at both.”

Fantasy Impact:

Landry was the #42 WR in standard formats and #30 in PPR, so as a high-volume slot receiver, he's going to have more value in PPR formats. The Dolphins lost four of their top six most-targeted players: Mike Wallace, Charles Clay, Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson. They have been replaced by Kenny Stills, Greg Jennings, DeVante Parker and Jordan Cameron, but Landry's role should expand as well. He only played 62% of the snaps on the season, and didn't start playing consistent starter's snaps until Week 9. Over the final nine weeks, Landry was the #15 WR in PPR formats (and #23 in standard). He is currently the 24th WR off the board in early PPR drafts.

Dolphins Beat: 'Even the deep throws are improved' for QB Ryan Tannehill

Thursday, June 25, 2015, 11:39pm

Miami Herald - [Full Article]

Dolphins players have been effusive about how Ryan Tannehill has looked all offseason. Even the deep throws are improved. “Ryan is way better than last year and more of a leader,” tight end Dion Sims said.

Fantasy Impact:

In his first three seasons, Tannehill finished #24, #16 and finally #9 in quarterback scoring. That’s a nice trend. The Dolphins spent the offseason trying to upgrade his weapons, and ended up with Jordan Cameron at tight end to go along with Kenny Stills, DeVante Parker and Greg Jennings at receiver. Sure, they traded away Mike Wallace and let Charles Clay walk, but that trio (and the emerging Jarvis Landry) should be able to more than offset those losses. Tannehill has a good coordinator in Bill Lazor and host of weapons to utilize. He looks like a very safe pick in the 9th round.

Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill 'has played well' throughout OTAs

Wednesday, June 17, 2015, 11:10pm

Sun-Sentinel - [Full Article]

Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill was as good as a $96 million player could be in Wednesday's minicamp practice. He threw seven touchdowns and no interceptions, made good decisions, threw accurate passes, showed good footwork and pocket presence.

Tannehill, who received a lucrative contract extension in the offseason, has played well throughout the offseason program, and Wednesday was one of his best practices. Tannehill, frequently criticized for his inability to throw deep, even connected with wide receiver Jarvis Landry on a beautifully thrown 45-yard touchdown pass. He later hooked up with veteran wide receiver Greg Jennings on a 75-yard catch-and-run touchdown.

"I feel really comfortable in this offense right now in the sense of knowing exactly where everyone is supposed to be," Tannehill said, "and being more of a coach on the field this year as opposed to trying to learn the whole system with everyone else like I did last year."

Fantasy Impact:

In his first three seasons, Tannehill finished #24, #16 and finally #9 in quarterback scoring. That’s a nice trend. The Dolphins spent the offseason trying to upgrade his weapons, and ended up with Jordan Cameron at tight end to go along with Kenny Stills, DeVante Parker and Greg Jennings at receiver. Sure, they traded away Mike Wallace and let Charles Clay walk, but that trio (and the emerging Jarvis Landry) should be able to more than offset those losses. Tannehill has a good coordinator in Bill Lazor and host of weapons to utilize. He looks like a very safe pick in the 9th round.

We are your friend's secret weapon.

  • Get 4 FREE downloads
  • Receive breaking news alerts & analysis.
  • BONUS: Learn how to play DFS.
  • Battle-Tested by 40,000+ fantasy football diehards since 1999.