His recovery from the groin injury he suffered season-opener has kept Jennings from going through a full practice. But he said he plans to play at Seattle in the next edition of Monday Night Football.
"I'm a positive guy,” Jennings said. “I'm not completely worried about it lingering too bad. It is what it is."
Jennings sat out last week's game against the Bears, and then the Packers had three days off. When he tried to come back to practice on Tuesday, he found he wasn't ready. The team was off again Wednesday, and he sat out Thursday completely. On Friday, Jennings said he did some running indoors and decided he was able to take some reps in the team drills.
"It's going to be something I'm going to have to push through right now," Jennings said.
Coach Mike McCarthy said Jennings is going through the rehab practice and that it was good Jennings was able to do some team drills. After practice, Jennings said the injury is getting better and he doesn't want to push it.
"If I can get close to 100%, that's all I'm looking for," he said. "I'm not looking to be 100% because that will never happen, ever, probably in my career. Ever."
The Packers top receiver and one of QB Aaron Rodgers' favorite targets, Jennings' absence was felt last week in the 23-10 win over Chicago. The offense, which hasn't looked the same as last season's potent unit, produced just one touchdown and Rodgers threw for only 219 yards.
The impact of Jennings' injury can be seen in his stats. He only caught five passes for 34 yards, lowest on the team, against the Bears. And he took himself out of the game on the Packers final drive in the Week 1 loss to the 49ers.
Jennings dismissed the notion he's not on the same page with Rodgers.
"I think the most thing I lost is the conditioning," Jennings said. "That's the No. 1 thing. That all comes back pretty fast. I'm not too concerned about that. I don't think Aaron's too concerned about that. It's just a matter of getting out there and being out there consistently."