Now go get Cook in the off season!
Wow, I didn't see that coming.
I had a feeling he wouldn't be retained after the season but not at this point did I see this coming.
props to Bee for the sig!!
One of the biggest **** talkers going into one of their biggest games of the year. This is some hilarious timing
He is due 7 mil next year and his production has not shown that he is going to be worth that. Hate to see him go but i think its best for both parties to just move on.
Finley has been one of the most overrated players in the entire league over the past couple of seasons.
The Finley situation is so frustrating. This is just speculation on my part, but I think all of his talking got Rodgers angry. Now, Rodgers seems to refuse to throw to him to the point where it's hurting our offense. I can recall a bunch of times the past few weeks where Finley was wide open and Rodgers instead threw an incompletion on a much more difficult pass that he didn't need to try if he was just willing to throw to Finley. Yet, the times he actually throws to Finley have been big for us. The problem is that his targets seem to be bunched to one or two possessions, and the rest of the time he's just a wasted player because there's no way he's getting thrown to.
The problem was caused by Finley, but I don't think Rodgers/MM are handling it well. If you're going to consciously not throw to him like it seems is the case, just play someone else Rodgers is willing to target.
2014 Adopt-a-Packer: Micah Hyde
Doesn't seem too shocking.
The Patriots will pick him up and he will turn into a beast.
I do think hes overrated but with fasano becoming a FA this offseason, and add to that the fact that clay isn't your prototypical TE and Egnew hasnt even seen the field this year, and you have me saying I wouldn't mind signing finley this offseason. Now with that being said, hopefully its a restructured contract or something because I do not think he deserves $7mil
Sadly, he'd be an improvement over Davis. Still don't want that ***** though.
Dumb and dumber