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Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings has officially ended talks for the rest of the season on a contract extension, a source close to the situation tells ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

Jennings has been working towards getting a contract extension this whole off-season, but no progress was made.

To keep it from being a distraction, he will not work on getting contract extension as it could affect with his performance on the field and the Packers' performance as a whole this season.

With that said, Jennings' contract will expire at the end of this season, making him one of the top free agents in the Class of 2013.

"I'm not worried about whether I'm going to end up here or whether I'm getting a contract done," Jennings said last week. "That will take care of itself. Right now, my (mind) is on the 49ers, and it will be on the next opponent and the next opponent after that. If I'm here, I would love to be here. If I'm not, it is what it is.

"At the end of the day I'm going to play football, I'm going to play 100 percent every single snap. This is my locker, I want this to be my locker until I hang my cleats up and decide I'll give this locker up to someone else."

Green Bay will have a lot of decisions to make this off-season, with contracts of outside linebacker Clay Matthews and defensive tackle B.J. Raji expiring as well after this season. Along with that, quarterback Aaron Rodgers' contract also expires in 2014.

We'll see how the Packers handle all of this.

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