SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (WHBL) - The Minnesota Vikings sign another high-profile Packer by offering wide receiver Greg Jennings a five-year deal. Jennings accepted on Friday. Minnesota will count on him to replace Percy Harvin, who was traded to Seattle. Jennings is the latest in a long line of Packers to head across the border, including Darren Sharper, kicker Ryan Longwell and Brett Favre. The Packers also reached agreement with linebacker A.J. Hawk on a contract modification – essentially a pay cut. Green Bay was able to knock down his salary cap number by a significant amount. Insiders say it wasn’t a take it or get cut presentation from the team. Tight end Tom Crabtree signed a two-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers yesterday. And, the team announced it has signed Robert Francois to a one-year deal.