Greg Jennings called into ESPN’s NFL Live on Tuesday afternoon. Perhaps the Green Bay Packers free-agent wide receiver was able to do so because his phone wasn’t exactly ringing off the hook on the first day of free agency.

In fact, as the opening day of the frenzy came to a close, two NFL sources said the two-time Pro Bowl wide receiver could very well wind up right back where he began, in Green Bay.

According to one source, the Packers extended an offer to Jennings “a while ago” that averaged roughly $10 million per year, and the other source said Jennings’ agent, Eugene Parker, had been in discussions with the Packers about his possible return.

The Minnesota Vikings were reportedly one team that had expressed an interest in Jennings, but’s Tom Pelissero reported that the Vikings were not in fact actively pursuing Jennings, so it was unclear as of Tuesday night which teams were courting him.

With Miami having signed ex-Pittsburgh wide receiver Mike Wallace to a reported five-year, $65 million deal with $30 million in guaranteed money, it’s hard to say what Jennings might fetch on the open market, but it seems obvious that he won’t get such a lucrative deal.

On NFL Live at 3:20 p.m. CST, Jennings wouldn’t say which teams, if any, were pursuing him.

“I definitely have some destinations in mind and I’m going to keep them close to the vest,” Jennings said. “I’m just enjoying this opportunity to be in free agency. A lot of players don’t get to experience this opportunity, and I’m one that does. So I’m going to embrace the opportunity and take my visits when we get those taken care of and lined up and I’m excited about it.”

The Green Bay Press-Gazette’s Rob Demovsky reported that, according to a source, if Jennings hadn’t signed with another team before midnight, the likelihood of his return to Green Bay would increase. But Jennings’ own comments on ESPN indicated otherwise.

“I want to experience it. I’m not one to jump the gun, I try to look at myself and believe I’m a pretty smart guy,” Jennings said. “I want to weigh out all my options. I want to make sure I end up in a place where my family is going to be happy as well as myself and I can thrive.

“You don’t get to experience this too often. You kind of get this experience coming out of high school, when you’re recruited heavily by colleges. I’m back in that boat again.”