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Jermichael Finley Suffers from Injured Neck

Jermichael Finley, the tight end of Green Bay Packers sustained serious injury to his neck during the fourth quarter of the match against Cleveland Browns, last Sunday. The injured player was immediately shifted from the field to a nearby hospital.

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According to Quarless, Finlay was unable to move after the impact. He just laid and didn’t move. However, the team management reported that after the injured player was taken off-the ground, he regained movement and was under extreme pain. The Packers is facing a tough time on the field and is already missing their best receivers - James Jones and Randall Cobb.

The Green Bay Packers’ tight end got injured at the closing point of 10-yard reception. He accidentally took a hit on head from Tashaun Gipson, the safety of Browns. The match was halted for six minutes due to the fateful event. When contacted, the coach replied that he had no information on the injured player.

Quarterback of Packers, Aaron Rodgers reported that the match resumed after their center, Evan Dietrich-Smith had a chat with the teammates. He even said that injury is a regular part of the game and they finished the match with a positive note. Jermichael was in the best of his forms this season and his injury reminded the game to be more challenging.

On the other hand, the alleged player involved in the incident, Gipson had been charged for initiating unnecessary roughness in the match that led to the incident. According to Jeff Triplette, the referee, Finley was injured since Gipson led the ball with his helmet. However, the accused is in all denial and retarded back saying that the incident occurred due to a shoulder hit as he was driving on to the ball and Finley came running in a slanting manner. He even reported that he had no idea where his fellow opponent was hit due to the collision.

Finlay faced straight knocks and was out of the field for the second time, this season. Even during the third week of the series, the player experienced concussion when George Ilolka tackled and hit with a helmet. Although Ilolka did not face penalty, a $15,000 fine was imposed on him for inflicting deliberate injury.

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The top 50 prospects

 The top 50 prospects for the 2013 NBA Draft, compiled by The Sports Xchange Senior NBA Analyst Tyler Jamieson.

Rank (Previous), Player, Pos., School

1. (8) Alex Len, C, Maryland

2. (1) Victor Oladipo, SG, Indiana

3. (3) Ben McLemore, SG, Kansas

4. (1) Nerlens Noel, C, Kentucky

5. (4) Anthony Bennett, PF, UNLV

6. (5) Trey Burke, PG, Michigan

7. (6) Otto Porter, SF, Georgetown

8. (7) C.J. McCollum, PG/SG, Lehigh

9. (9) Cody Zeller, C, Indiana

10. (10) Michael Carter-Williams, PG, Syracuse

11. (11) Shabazz Muhammad, SG, UCLA

12. (16) Steven Adams, C, Pittsburgh

13. (26) Giannis Adetokunbo, SF, International

14. (12) Kelly Olynyk, C, Gonzaga

15. (19) Shane Larkin, PG, Miami

16. (14) Mason Plumlee, C, Duke

17. (13) Dennis Schroeder, PG, International

18. (15) Rudy Gobert, C, International

19. (17) Sergev Karasev, SF, International

20. (18) Gorgui Dieng, C, Louisville

21. (20) Jamaal Franklin, SG, San Diego St.

22. (21) Lucas “Bebe” Nogueira, C, International

23. (22) Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, SG, Georgia

24. (23) Allen Crabbe, SG, California

25. (25) Jeff Withey, C, Kansas

26. (46) Erick Green, PG/SG, Virginia Tech

27. (36) Tony Snell, SF, New Mexico

28. (27) Tim Hardaway Jr., SG, Michigan

29. (28) Tony Mitchell, PF, North Texas

30. (29) Ricky Ledo, SG, Providence

31. (30) Mike Muscala, C, Bucknell

32. (31) Glen Rice, SG, Rio Grand Valley

33. (32) Reggie Bullock, SF, North Carolina

34. (34) Nate Wolters, PG, South Dakota St.

35. (35) Archie Goodwin, SG, Kentucky

36. (67) Trevor Mbakwe, PF, Minnesota

37. (37) Lorenzo Brown, PG, North Carolina St.

38. (38) Isaiah Canaan, PG, Murray St.

39. (39) Pierre Jackson, PG/SG, Baylor

40. (40) Peyton Siva, PG, Louisville

41. (41) Myck Kabongo, PG, Texas

42. (42) Phil Pressey, PG, Missouri

43. (43) Solomon Hill, SF, Arizona

44. (44) Ray McCallum, PG, Detroit

45. (45) Michael Snaer, SG, Florida St.

46. (53) Livio Jean-Charles, PF, International

47. (47) C.J. Leslie, PF, North Carolina St.

48. (48) Deshaun Thomas, SF, Ohio St.

49. (49) Brandon Davies, C, BYU

50. (59) Colton Iverson, C, Colorado St.