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Entering his third NFL season, Jermichael Finley is already one of the most feared tight ends in the NFL.
Finley uses his freakish athleticism to get open at will. He is too fast and too quick for most linebackers, and at 6'5" and 242 lbs, is much too big for safeties. Finley is the rare tight end who can really stretch the middle of the field.
His time in Green Bay started off rocky. Finley displayed immaturity and often clashed with coaches as to his role in the offense. Fortunately for the Packers, though, Finley has seemingly grown up and is now focused on becoming an elite player.
The only thing that has held Finley back in his short career is injuries. In the five games he did play in 2010, QB Aaron Rodgers looked his way early and often. If Finley remains healthy, I feel he will firmly establish himself as one of the NFL's premier tight ends and playmakers.