Agent: 'Jermichael Finley pay cut not impossible'

Packers Tight-End Jermichael Finley in action against the Bears on December 16, 2012
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Jermichael Finley's agent says that the tight end would not dismiss a deal which would reduce his pay without looking at it.

Jermichael Finley's agent has said that he would not dismiss an offer of a new contract which would give the tight end a lower salary.

The Green Bay Packers player recently said that he would not sign a new deal with the side if he would have to take a pay cut.

However, Blake Baratz told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: "I would never just turn my nose up at anything. I will listen and hear anybody about anything and withhold judgement until I do.

"I can't say today whether I would, whether I wouldn't, whether it's in Jermichael's best interest, his worst interest. There'd have to be a reason why he would have to take a pay cut.

"Maybe he would. Maybe he wouldn't. It's all hypothetical until the numbers are there. Is it a one-year deal like it is now? Are we adding years? Are we adding dollars? Are we moving dollars?"

The 25-year-old scored two touchdowns during the 2012 season.

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