Jermichael Finley believes his chances of returning to the Packers next season are ”50/50.”
“It’s the nature of the business,” Finley said, via the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. “If there’s a guy that’s overpaid or that they think is overpaid, they’ll ask for a pay cut. There’s no doubt that I want to be there for life. But it’s a business and the business will tell you otherwise. I would say on the business front, it’s 50/50. But if it was up to me or anybody in my circle, I would love to be back.”
Finley added that he hasn’t heard anything from the Packers thus far.
“At the moment, there’s no communication,” Finley said. “Everything is shut down. That’s a sign that everything is good at the moment. But if not, I’ll be disappointed.“
Finley, 25, signed a two-year deal worth $14 million last year. He has a $4.45 million base salary, along with a $3.5 million roster bonus that will be due in March, so the Packers will have to decide whether or not he’s worth bringin