According to NFL.com, free agent Greg Jennings "isn't as valued by the [Dolphins] as many outsiders believe him to be."
It's another sign that Jennings' market isn't going to be as robust as he thinks. He'll be 30 in September, has missed 11 games over the last two seasons and was proven to be replaceable in the Packers' scheme. The Dolphins have made no secret of their plan to break the bank for Mike Wallace and re-sign Brian Hartline. Jennings is "Plan B" at best. He recently told Bills WR Stevie Johnson that he "wants to be in warm weather or stay in Green Bay."