Not since draft weekend 2006 has Greg Jennings, a highly coveted potential free agent, been so unsure about his future.

The wide receiver, drafted by the Packers seven years ago is certain of one thing, however: He wants to play for a top quarterback. It's not just about money.

"Coaching means a lot, the dynamic of the team," he told USA TODAY Sports. "To me, the quarterback means a lot, if they have one or not, and I have to make sure my family is comfortable."

(Well, if the passer is a major factor, cross off Arizona and Cleveland and Tennessee and Oakland and Philadelphia and ...)

Jennings' quarterback in Green Bay, Aaron Rodgers, has beenone of the league's best, though Jennings' sister lambasted the former NFL MVP on Twitter last season for not getting the ball to her brother often enough.

Jennings, though, has only nice things to say about Rodgers, who is set to earn just over $9 million in 2013 but probably will eclipse Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco's $120.6 million contract as the NFL's highest-paid player.