MINNEAPOLIS - Greg Jennings continued to talk openly about his time in Green Bay on Wednesday.
The former Packers wide receiver told Paul Allen and Ben Leber on KFAN radio in Minnesota:
"When I came over here, I was kind of brainwashed...There's no ‘kind of' to it. Being over in Green Bay, you're brainwashed to think anyone in the division is tiers below. And so coming over here I meet the people within the organization and I'm like, ‘Wow, these are really great people.'"
Jennings added: "It's like everything that you know in Green Bay is like the best, the best, the best, the best, the best," Jennings said. "And it's like total brainwashing. And I think you don't open your eyes to see what other teams have to offer unless you are in that position."
It's the latest in a series of jabs Jennings has taken at the Packers since leaving to join the Vikings via free agency. Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier has said he's told Jennings to remain focused on their team.
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