Jermichael Finley is set to become a free agent this offseason, but he has already expressed his desire to re-sign with the Green Bay Packers and remain a Packer for life. Of course, things don’e always go according to plan — especially when the player is coming off of a serious injury — so it is important to have a fallback plan.
For Finley, that is no problem.
If the tight end was unable to reach an agreement that would open the door for his return to Green Bay, he would love to travel to the West Coast to join the reigning NFC champion Seattle Seahawks.
“I mean there’s a couple of teams I would love and would be on the first flight out to play with but like I said the Packers are going to come at me with something and I’m going to go to them first and see what they’ve got and if it’s not I would love to be on the first flight out to good old Seattle,” Finley said, via Pro Football Talk.
With the level of talent on the Seahawks roster, it is easy to understand why any player would be interested in joining the Seahawks.
Seattle is also in need of an impact tight end, so Finley could be that man if he convinces the team he is 100 percent healthy and ready to go for the 2014 regular season. If he is, this could be a win-win signing for both sides.