Diboll Native a Big Part of Packers Plans
It looks simple for the Green Bay Packers: Plug Jermichael Finley back in, and one of the NFL's best offenses automatically gets better.
That might turn out true, but the playmaking tight end's return from a season-ending knee injury also carries some challenges for Packers coaches and quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Going into Thursday night's season opener against New Orleans at Lambeau Field, the Packers must find a way to reintegrate Finley despite his limited playing time in the preseason.
Beyond that, they'll have to find a way to keep the Packers' talented wide receivers happy.
Greg Jennings says the Packers must put their egos aside as they pursue another title.
But Jennings acknowledges that Rodgers has a "very, very tough job" trying to keep all his receivers happy this season.