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Finley: No news on conract

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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Packers tight end Jermichael Finley made the rounds at radio row on Friday as one of the few players not pushing some kind of product. Of course, he was asked about his contract situation and if there has been any progression. "Nothing new,' Finley said. "Itís the NFL. Itís a business right now. I donít even know whatís going on. Youíve just got to play that game. "I donít know anything and just hope for the best." Finley said he's taken the last couple weeks to relax and spend time with his family. He added that his body hasn't felt this good in a long time. "I wish football was here next week," Finley said. Finley gave a firm endorsement of Tom Clements being promoted from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator. "Itís awesome," Finley said. "Tom, heís one of those guys that details his craft. Heís going to be a good one. As you can see, he developed ARod to a great quarterback. "You want people who have been there around you the whole time. Chemistry, too, itís big in the NFL. Hopefully, I can sign with the Packers so I can experience that."

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