Greg Jennings has been asked a lot about the Green Bay Packers since going to the division-rival Minnesota Vikings in the offseason and has added his own twist to the move with sometimes cryptic or strange answers regarding his former team and quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Minnesota coach Leslie Frazier is hoping Jennings can put an end to any more back-and-forth jabs.

After the latest round and with Green Bay deflecting the continuing story line on Friday Frazier spoke with Jennings on Saturday to hopefully stop any more reports coming from the Vikings' side of the rivalry.

"Hopefully there will not be any more reporting regarding that from Greg Jennings" Frazier said after Saturday's afternoon practice. "We did have a little bit of a conversation about that. Hopefully we're moving on past that."

Jennings left Green Bay after spending his first seven NFL seasons with the Packers and the difficulty of moving on has been apparent as he and Rodgers had exchanged barbs throughout the offseason since Jennings signed a five-year contract with Minnesota.

Jennings has made references to "No. 12" and avoided referencing Rodgers by name. In an interview with the Minneapolis Star Tribune Jennings offered his latest shot at Rodgers intimating that some of the credit given to Rodgers maybe should have been reflected on the team.

"A lot of times when you have a guy who creates that spotlight for himself and establishes that and takes a lot of that it becomes so-and-so and the team" Jennings told the Star Tribune. "It should always be the team. For me I'm such a team person I'm going to defer to my teammates. I'm going to defer to the team to the team to the team. And I think when you reach a point where you're not deferring any longer it's no longer really about the team."

Rodgers has responded in his own right but downplayed the back-and-forth on Friday. Packers' coach Mike McCarthy joked Thursday that "when you put on that purple something happens to you" in regard to Jennings' comments.

But Frazier is hoping to end the ongoing drama. Frazier known for being low-key and respectful wants the focus to be on Jennings' new team.