Greg Jennings spent roughly 17 minutes – including having to call back after poor audio quality on his first attempt – doing a conference call with Wisconsin reporters at Lambeau Field on Wednesday.

Each week the local media does a conference call with the Packers' opponent's head coach and one player each week. Here is the full transcript of Jennings' call:

(Rob Demovsky starts by asking “How come you said the things that you said over the summer about Rodgers and this organization?”) Ah that’s behind me it was really (Mike Clemens concerned about the audio quality shouts “What’s that!”) messing around with the guys. I have the utmost respect for that organization and the guys within that organization. He came out Aaron said ‘Greg who?’ [at the Wisconsin Sports Awards] so I was just messing with him with that.

Other than that they know I know I had seven awesome years over there and I respect everyone within that organization. Those guys that are currently there still have relationships with them and respect them the utmost.

(Packers PR staffer Sarah Quick notifies the Vikings PR person that there are audio problems and asks him to call back which he does. Mike Clemens of SiriusXM NFL radio then asks Jennings to repeat his answer) Would you mind repeating (the question)?

(Demovsky repeats replacing “how come” with “why”) That’s behind me but at the same time I have the utmost respect for that organization. I was just really razzing a little bit with Aaron just knowing how he is and just going back and forth with some of the guys. It wasn’t meant to hurt anyone’s feelings. It was just really messing around initially and then everyone kind of blew it a little bit out of proportion. I have the most respect for that organization. I had my most successful years there and I still have relations with some of the guys over there and still have the respect that I had when I was playing there with them. Even when I’m not right now I still have respect for them.

(Do you wish Rodgers was still your quarterback) No man God has blessed me to move on from that. I’ve embraced my situation and my role here and my teammates here.

(What’s it been like with three different QBs in six games?) Um it’s been a challenge but life throws you a lot of challenge a lot of adversity a lot of curveballs and it’s been no different. It’s something that has been a humbling experience but it’s been one that we can grow from and we have to build on.