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PFT on NBC Sports Network welcomes Jermichael Finley

Chris Cook, Jermichael Finley AP

Packers tight end Jermichael Finley said earlier this week that he hopes to remain with Green Bay despite reports that the team has decided to move in a different direction.

We’ll hear more on that front from Finley when he sits down for a chat with Erik Kuselias on Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network. Finley had a rough first half of the season as drops and talk of a lacking chemistry with quarterback Aaron Rodgers grabbed more attention than any big plays in the passing game. We’ll find out if Finley thinks a strong close to the year was enough to erase that start and anything else he cares to share about the end of the Packers season.

Mike Florio and Ross Tucker will also be on hand to talk about the biggest news of the day, including San Diego’s decision to hire Mike McCoy as their new head coach. Florio and Tucker will also start looking ahead to Sunday’s conference title games over the course of our hour together on Tuesday afternoon.

It all gets going at 5 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network.

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6 Responses to “PFT on NBC Sports Network welcomes Jermichael Finley”
  1. thegreatgabbert says: Jan 15, 2013 4:34 PM

    Jermichael had the Packers covered. Then suddenly they moved in a different direction.

  2. vltrophy14 says: Jan 15, 2013 4:45 PM

    If Finley is willing to take a pay cut then I say keep him. If not then cut him. He didn’t play well enough to earn his huge paycheck.

  3. packmangamble says: Jan 15, 2013 5:25 PM

    vltrophy, I agree. He was better in the second half of the season but he wasn’t a major playmaker like a Tony Gonzalez or someone like that. If he takes a pay cut fine, if not, see you later and we’ll develop someone else with a degree in “chemistry”.

  4. packermama says: Jan 15, 2013 6:27 PM

    He came into the league with a reputation for immaturity. He has made little progress in that area. I think a good sports psychologist or even a regular therapist could help him mature IF he recognized he has a problem in that area. But let’s face it, that isn’t a part of the pro athlete culture and he will have a mediocre career wherever he goes.

  5. cags777 says: Jan 15, 2013 6:59 PM

    Please stay with the Packers.

    Sincerely,

    The Rest of the NFC North Division

  6. packerguy85 says: Jan 15, 2013 7:45 PM

    If he can keep his mouth shut for an entire year then sure….but I doubt that can happen so pack your bags Finley.

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