Jermichael Finley said he is "slimming down" this offseason.
Jermichael Finley announced on his Twitter account Monday that he will return to the Packers in 2013.
A source tells the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel the Packers have expressed to Jermichael Finley's agent that they're "uncomfortable" with his $8.25 million salary.
NFL.com expects the Packers to keep Jermichael Finley, but believes he could still be approached about a pay-cut.
PFT reports there have been "no recent developments" between the Packers and Jermichael Finley with 10 days to go before his $3 million roster bonus is due.
Speaking at the NFL Owners Meetings Sunday, coach Mike McCarthy praised Jermichael Finley's second-half 2012 improvement and said the Packers plan to simplify Finley's role in 2013.
Jermichael Finley's camp is "sitting on pins and needles" as the Packers continue contract negotiations with free agent Greg Jennings.
The agent for Jermichael Finley said he'd at least listen if the Packers asked his client to take a pay cut.
"Multiple sources connected to the team" tell the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel that they would be "surprised" if Jermichael Finley isn't back with the Packers in 2013.
Jermichael Finley said he is not willing to take a pay cut in order to stay with the Packers.
The Chicago Tribune expects the Bears to be "in line" if Jermichael Finley is released by the Packers.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports the Packers' organization is "torn" on whether to retain Jermichael Finley for 2013.
After listening to coach Mike McCarthy's Combine presser, ESPN Milwaukee's Jason Wilde believes it's "almost impossible" to imagine the Packers parting ways with Jermichael Finley this offseason.
Jermichael Finley puts his chances of remaining in Green Bay at "50/50."