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ESPN NFL Analyst Bill Polian on Greg Jennings and whether he's worth $10-$12 per season:
"Well, worth is in the eye of the beholder. He’s got two things that sort of mitigate against a huge contract. One is an injury history and the other is that he’s 30 years of age and relief receivers, and I would categorize him as one, tend to begin to turn down at about 33 or 34.
So, how long a contract do you give him, and what is his potential to continue to play at a high level, given the injury and age history? Each individual club has its own individual metrics that would tell them that, and so I think that that’s where it’s going to go. I’m as anxious as you are to see who may step up for him.
But there are two concerns. There are clubs, we were one of them, that said if a guy’s 27 years of age or above, we’re probably not going to go for a long-term deal at big money. But if you feel you’re one quality receiver away and the physical exam turns out to be okay, you might do it. Again, that is what makes free agency interesting."