Legendary senior writer, Packers lead blogger & NFC North columnist jclombardi presents Packers headlines.

Source: Packers closer to signing Jackson, Jennings: According to sources, the Packers are making strong bids to sign offensive free agents running back Steven Jackson and wide receiver Jennings.

Packers' free agents: Observations from scouts: Several NFL personnel executives evaluated the Packers' unrestricted free agents, restricted free agents, and players that failed to receive a minimum tender. Good read.

Greg Jennings might not be leaving Packers: With WR Jennings visiting the Vikings today, his decision may come down to playing with Packers QB Rodgers or Vikings QB Ponder. 

Source: Jennings could return to Packers: According to an NFL source, the Packers are trying to get a deal done to keep free agent WR Jennings.

Moves free up cap space, but Packers won't gamble with Shields: The moves that the Packers make depend upon their abilities to get the right contract extensions with quarterback Rodgers and linebacker Matthews.

Colts sign former Packers OLB Erik Walden: Outside linebacker Erik Walden signed a big contract with the Indianapolis Colts. Good for him!

Canty signs with Ravens: DE Chris Canty signed with the Baltimore Ravens. No surprise.

Packers slash Jolly's salary: The Packers and DE Jolly agreed to restructure his contract.

Packers don't tender restricted free agents Francois, Zombo, Crabtree: The Packers offered no tenders to LB Francois, LB Zombo, and TE Crabtree. No surprise. Crabtree will not be back?  That's a shame!

Report: Shields receives second-round tender from Packers: The Packers put a second round tender on restricted free agent CB. Wise move.

Packers give Dietrich-Smith low RFA tender: Packers offered the lowest restricted free agent tender to center Evan Dietrich-Smith. OK.

Jenkins won't be back; he signs with Giants: The former Packers defensive lineman signed with the New York Giants. No surprise. No Jenkins? No Canty?

Commentary: Fans have our sympathy for the boring offseason so far. Predictable.