With Greg Jennings one month away from hitting unrestricted free agency, the market for the 29-year-old wide receiver will be heating up soon.

The closest comparison to help determine Jennings' value is wide receiver Vincent Jackson, who signed a five-year, $55 million contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last offseason. Jackson was 29 at the time and had similar career statistics through his first seven NFL seasons as Jennings.

The biggest issue that could prevent Jennings from topping or matching Jackson's pay day is a recent streak of injuries. When Jackson entered free agency, he was coming off a healthy season with 1,106 receiving yards. Jennings had a knee injury at the end of the 2011 season and a core muscle injury this past season that required surgery and kept him out for eight games. As a result, Jennings finished with a career-low 366 receiving yards.

With that in mind, here are the five teams most likely to land Jennings this offseason:

1. Miami Dolphins

This seems to be Jennings' preferred destination. The Dolphins are coached by former Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin, so he is very familiar with Jennings. During Super Bowl week, Jennings gave a friendly, "Remember me?" to Philbin in a radio interview. Miami could use a go-to receiver to pair with its 2012 first-round draft pick, quarterback Ryan Tannehill. The Dolphins have a couple of capable wide receivers in Brian Hartline and Davone Bess, but neither have the talent of a No. 1 receiver on a good team. It's also worth noting that Jennings' sister, Valyncia, mentioned in a series of tweets that her brother should take his talents to South Beach. Perhaps Jennings -- who is from Michigan, played college football in Michigan and spent seven years in Green Bay -- wouldn't mind playing under the warm Miami sun instead of in the colder Midwest.