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Notebook: Finley shares first-person account of neck injury

8:13 PM, Oct. 29, 2013
Packers' Andrew Quarless and David Bakhtiari stand over Jermichael Finley as he lays hurt on the ground after making a catch in the fourth quarter against the Cleveland Browns at Lambeau Field. Finley was carted off the field.
Packers' Andrew Quarless and David Bakhtiari stand over Jermichael Finley as he lays hurt on the ground after making a catch in the fourth quarter against the Cleveland Browns at Lambeau Field. Finley was carted off the field.
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One week after suffering a neck injury Oct. 20 at Lambeau Field, Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley gave a first-person account of his ordeal to Sports Illustrated's Monday Morning Quarterback.

Finley remains on the Packers' active roster, but it's likely his season is over after what has been diagnosed as a spinal cord contusion. No timetable for his return has been determined.

In the story, Finley talks about wanting to play again, but that a $10 million insurance policy gives him peace of mind if he can't. ...

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