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Questions about Finley could have Packers taking TE early in draft

Finley's neck fusion surgery leaves position up in air

5:30 PM, Feb. 21, 2014
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For all the fits and starts in Jermichael Finley's six-year career with the Green Bay Packers, there's no doubting he was a playmaking talent and a tight end defenses had to account for.

But Finley's neck-fusion surgery last season means there's a decent chance the Packers will be in the market for a new starting tight end at a position that's taken on more and more of a playmaking role in the NFL over the last decade.

Finley and his agent in recent weeks have said the tight end's doctor expects his neck to be fully healed in a month or so, and Finley has made it clear he's going to continue his NFL career. ...

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