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Wife of Jermichael Finley Alludes to Selling Home in Green Bay

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Wife of Jermichael Finley Alludes to Selling Home in Green Bay

Perhaps it's dangerous to read too much into social media, but the wife of former Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley alluded to selling the family's home in Green Bay on Tuesday:

This alleged development is notable in light of Finley's attempted comeback from a serious neck injury suffered last season. He is currently a free agent.

Head coach Mike McCarthy has said he considers Finley a part of the Packers organization and has not ruled out a potential return several times throughout the offseason.

Finley last visited with the medical staff of the Packers in late May, however, there's been no indication that the Packers are showing interest in signing him or bringing him back for a follow-up.


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Icebowler's picture

We've heard from the kids who want him to give up football for his health and their future wellbeing. Now we hear from the (gold-digging?) wife. A raffle?...really?

Hanz Downer's picture

If you read her tweets she also alludes be being single and not being ready to date again for 5 years so a divorce looks like it could also be forcing a sale. Not surprising after he got called out by a bunch of the ho's he was sleeping with on Twitter.

Evan's picture

Yeah, I saw that. I hope that's not the case. At least via Twitter, they seemed to have a nice, tight family.

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