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CB Cortland Finnegan Maintains He’s Not Likely to Come Back in 2012

Cortland Finnegan will hit the open market in 2012, and the CB himself maintains that he doesn’t think he will be with the Titans next year.

“I hope it changes things, but I don’t know,” Finnegan said. “All those guys work closely together. You see all of them — Lake (Dawson), Ruston (Webster) and Mike (Reinfeldt) — together all the time. So I don’t know that a lot will change. Mike Reinfeldt will still be on top of everything.

“I’m discouraged nothing has happened, but I am still in a holding pattern.”

A Pro Bowler in 2008, Finnegan has 473 tackles, six quarterback sacks and 14 interceptions in his 93-game career with the Titans, who selected Finnegan in the seventh round of the 2006 NFL Draft and signed him to a three-year, $15.4 million extension after his first full season as a starter.


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2 Responses to “CB Cortland Finnegan Maintains He’s Not Likely to Come Back in 2012”

  1. Misty says:

    OH dear God pllllllllleeeeeeeeeeaaaaaasssssssseeee NOoooooooooooo!!!!!!!
    He is my favorite player!!!!!!!! And I finally got his jersey. Don’t leave us Finney. We neeeeeddd you. LOVE your bulldog approach to the game 😉

  2. Oilers Forever says:

    Finnegan is ready to leave these perennial underachievers and go to a real team.

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