If the Green Bay Packers plan to ask tight end Jermichael Finley to take less money for next season, that topic will apparently be a nonstarter.
"I'd have to walk, for sure, meaning I couldn't take a pay cut," Finley told ESPN's Josina Anderson. "Maybe I'd restructure if it's a deal that I like and it makes sense, but I'm not the guy that's just going to sign anything and let anything pass. I'm not that guy. Other than that, taking a pay cut or restructuring doesn't sound good to me at this time. I like my deal."
With Finley due to earn a 3 million roster bonus in late March, the Packers now have less than one month to make a decision on the 25-year-old tight end. Finley signed a two-year, 15 million contract with Green Bay last offseason, so he's currently scheduled to be a free agent after the 2013 season. In addition to his roster bonus, Finley's base salary for next season is 4.5 million, along with other bonuses that can be earned.
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