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Will Jermichael Finley sign with Seattle Seahawks?

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Former Green Bay Packers' tight end, Jermichael Finley will take a medical with the Seattle Seahawks tomorrow, according to reports.

ProFootballTalk reports that: "The free agent is headed to Seattle tonight, and will take a physical for the Seahawks tomorrow."

Finley became a free agent with the start of the new NFL year today and will apparently not have to wait long to sign a deal with a new team.

The tightend had just 25 receptions in six games for the Packers last season but struggled with injury. During his six year career in Green Bay, he has recorded over 2,700 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns.

He could be joining what is already a very good Seattle Seahawks team. Pete Carroll's squad eased to a Super Bowl victory over the Denver Broncos in February on the back of a dominant defensive display.

The offense, led by third-year quarterback Russell Wilson would also look strong with Finley on board. Running back, Marshawn Lynch led the way for most of the 2013 season with Percy Harvin providing an added boost in the Super Bowl.

Finley's acqusiiton would ensure that the Seahawks are viewed as a contender for at least 2014 and possibly beyond.

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