But after a workout Monday afternoon, Finley told USA TODAY Sports he intends to keep being patient and wait for an offer that can compel him to return from spinal surgery, rather than walking away and moving to collect a $10 million insurance policy.
“As long as I wait, you know and I know, guys are going to go down and the money’s going to shoot up,” Finley said, sitting in the weight room at WelleFast Elite Sports Training. “It’s all a waiting game right now.”
USA Today and Pro Football Talk state that the Packers are the most likely destination for Finley if he does in fact return.
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