Greg Jennings: professional wide receiver and one hell of a guy.
As ESPN reports, the former Packers receiver is headed to the Minnesota Vikings, but first made sure to give a heartfelt goodbye and a show of thanks to the Packers faithful in the form of a one-page ad in Wednesday's Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Here it is via a Greg Jennings tweet.
In the eyes of Packers fans, Jennings is packing up and departing for enemy territory, taking up the jersey and colors of their sworn adversary—however, it's almost impossible to hate on the guy as he leaves in such a classy manner.
Packers fans have had a bit more practice at seeing their beloved heroes take off Packers jerseys and don the colors of their rivals.
As the report reminds us, safety Darren Sharper, kicker Ryan Longwell and quarterback Brett Favre have all done the same. Jennings even makes mention of this at his introductory presser, saying, "I'm not the first Packers player to jump on this side."
Yes, it's tough to see the 29-year old leave after seven great seasons in Green Bay. You can't fault him for looking out for his own, which comes in the form of a five-year, $47.5 million contract to play in Minnesota.
Try as you might, Green Bay fans, but it's nearly impossible to hold a grudge when a soon-to-be rival makes such a classy move.
Twitter, it's fun in tweet form.