As Vikings WR Greg Jennings approaches 30, it's natural to question whether he has lost a step.
WR coach George Stewart insisted that's not the case. "What I've seen from Jennings is a guy who isn't an aging veteran. He still has juice," Stewart says.
Vikings coach Leslie Frazier has been encouraged by what he's seen from Jennings. "He's still got that burst, he's still got that ability to make plays after the catch, and he's still got great hands," Frazier says. "We're looking forward to him making some of those plays for us."
Frazier, a former cornerback, adds that Jennings remains an elite route-runner. "You don't have to be a blazer because he knows how to run routes, knows how to set DBs up, and he understands different coverages," Frazier said. "That's a big asset of his."
Other than some strange comments about his former QB, it has been a quiet offseason on the field for Jennings, who is expected to carry the load as the Vikings' WR1. His ADP has slipped into the 8th round, and he's a reasonable value at that point in the draft as a solid fantasy WR3.