GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The future of Packers safety Nick Collins is still unknown.
The serious neck injury suffered by Collins in Week 2 of last season -- which later required single-fusion neck surgery -- has created doubt about whether the 28-year-old's football career will ever be able to continue.
"We don't have any determination at this point," Packers general manager Ted Thompson said during a press conference Thursday afternoon. "It's still in process, which it has been. It's a process that continues.
"I think it's more important to make the right determination than being fast. I'm sure (Collins) is anxious and all of our people are anxious. We'll see."
In late March, Collins went through a series of tests with his surgeon, Dr. Frank Cammisa, the results of which have not yet been made available.
Regardless of the results of Collins' tests, coach Mike McCarthy seemed hesitant about allowing him to play again.
"If Nick was my son, I would not let him play," McCarthy told rep...