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Thread: Jermichael Finley done with Packers after season?

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    FA Jermichael Finley done with Packers after season?

    Just out of curiosity, how many of you guys would give this kid a look. Seems to have plenty of potential, and besides some big drops could be a nice pick up for the right price.
    I know Philbin coached him, so perhaps with his knowledge of the system and familiarity of Philbin he would come down to warm Miami? I know this guy's stock has dropped recently, but look at M.Bennett up in NYG he went from bust scrub back up to Witten, to on his way to a huge pay day this offseason.

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    Has potential but has stone hands idk
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    It'll all depend on his asking price....it'll be handled the same way the 'Phins did Matt Flynn


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    kellar, martellus bennett, witten, cook, fred davis, finley, alot of nice TE's out there in the offseason. Question is will Ireland pursue any.
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    Another day, another J. Finley thread.
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    i wouldnt mind us going after Cook. Finley scares me with his inconsistancy and injuries. And you know the fins luck, no one that comes here ever hits their full potential.... They are either stars somehwere else and come here and suck or suck here and leave to become stars.
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    Finley stinks. Drops way too many balls. If he can't succeed with Aaron freakin Rodgers throwing to him, he is a lost cause.
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    No thanks. If he cannot reach his supposed "potential" in Green Bay with Rodgers it is not going to happen with us. Also, the guy seems to have a big mouth and an iffy attitude.

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    How many threads do we need about this already? Merge.
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    I think getting cut from a contender like GB would be a wake up call. Look at M.Bennet, he is playing great in NY and if we can either have him cheap or trade for him and restructure I would be ok giving him a shot. Opposed to another year of Egnew inactive, Clay being below average and Fasano is great but we need more weapons for Tannehill. A 2 TE set of Finley and Fasano would def make def at least "worry" about them, unlike now where they can stack the box and leave their corners on man to man. Its just a question, better than talking about Ireland..lol
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