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|Nick Collins' medical status has not changed |
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
(2/5/14) Former Packers safety Nick Collins, who hasn't played since suffering a neck injury in September 2011, wants to play again but his medical status has not changed, reports ESPNWisconsin.com. Doctors still believe Collins is at too much risk to return, the report said.
Collins made three Pro Bowls and was on his way to a Hall of Fame career, according to quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
|Nick Collins wants to play in 2014 |
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
(2/4/14) Safety Nick Collins hasn't played since suffering a neck injury Week 2 of the 2011 season. Now the former Pro Bowler, who had cervical fusion surgery, is indicating via Twitter that he wants to play in 2014, reports ESPN.com.
The Packers released Collins in April 2012, saying they were not comfortable clearing him to play again. In an interview last August with the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Collins said he wasn't giving up.
“At the end of the day, you’re going to have to stop playing the game,” he said. “You hope it would be later in your career. Organizations feel like I’m unable to play, but I still have that hope that one day I get a call and they’re like, ‘Let’s go give it a shot.’”
|Packers tell Collins he's getting cut |
|(4/25/12) The Packers released safety Nick Collins on Wednesday, citing concerns about his ability to safely continue his playing career. Collins had a single-level cervical fusion surgery after attempting an open-field tackle in the Packers' win at the Carolina Panthers on Sept. 18.|
|Decision coming soon on Collins |
|(4/9/12) Nick Collins said after last season he had every intention of letting the Packers know his future plans before the April 26-28 draft so they could proceed with or without him. The Pro Bowl safety is a man of his word. The Sports Xchange reports that Collins and his agents are expected to huddle with team officials in Green Bay the week of April 8, perhaps bringing closure to the guessing game on whether Collins will be able to resume his playing career. Collins last played the second week of the 2011 NFL season, when he sustained a career-threatening neck injury while attempting an open-field tackle in the Packers' win at the Carolina Panthers on Sept. 18. He was diagnosed with a herniated disc, underwent a cervical-fusion procedure in late September, and his prognosis ever since has been uncertain. Although Collins started working out again in his rehab program earlier this year and expressed optimism he would resume playing, expectations of seeing the three-time Pro Bowl selection on the field again have been tempered.|
|Doctor will determine Collins' future |
|(1/16/12) Green Bay DB Nick Collins, who suffered a season-ending neck injury in Week 2, told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that a meeting with his doctor in March will dictate whether he continues to play. "If the doctor says I can go back, I'm definitely going to go back," Collins said Monday. "If he says to stop, I'm definitely stopping."|