Free agent S Nick Collins reiterated his surgically-repaired neck is "100 percent," and he's "ready" to resume his playing career.
Free agent FS Nick Collins wants to continue his playing career.
The player rep for free agent S Nick Collins acknowledges that his client's career is likely over.
Free agent S Nick Collins will consult a surgeon next week about receiving clearance to play football again.
The player rep for FS Nick Collins says he's been fielding calls from interested teams.
Free agent FS Nick Collins (neck surgery) is still considering his options and has not decided whether to retire or play football in 2012.
Packers released FS Nick Collins.
The player rep for Nick Collins (neck surgery) isn't expecting a decision on the safety's playing career until after the draft.
Packers FS Nick Collins (neck surgery), "bouncing off the walls" in anticipation of returning to the NFL, is expected to push coach Mike McCarthy and GM Ted Thompson to play if he's given the green light from doctors later this month.
FS Nick Collins (neck) won't meet with the Packers to discuss his future until next week.
Packers FS Nick Collins recently underwent a battery of tests on his injured neck, and will meet with the surgeon who performed his single-fusion surgery on Monday.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy expects FS Nick Collins (neck) to receive a positive report when he meets with a specialist in the next couple of weeks.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy conceded Sunday that he'd recommend FS Nick Collins (neck) to retire if Collins were McCarthy's son.
Packers FS Nick Collins is "a week or two" away from meeting with a specialist to determine if his cervical neck fusion surgery will allow him to play football again.