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Packers Planning To Lose Finley?

TE Jermichael Finley (Tom Dahlin/Getty)

When healthy, no tight end in the league was more productive than Jermichael Finley last season. We tell you why 2011 could be his last season in Green Bay. Plus, some other nuggets in a quick-hitting package from Len Pasquarelli.

Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley, who played in only five games in 2010 because of meniscus surgery, reported last week that his knee feels fine and he's ready to roll. But there continue to be suspicions that this could be the final season in Green Bay for Finley, who possesses monstrous athletic skills and was on his way to a career season in 2010 before the injury. When healthy...

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