(WNFL)- The Packers apparently have enough salary cap space to finalize a contract extension for receivers Jordy Nelson or Randall Cobb -- or perhaps to work out a new deal with tight end Jermichael Finley. The Green Bay Press-Gazette says the Packers are about $13.5 million under this year's NFL salary cap. That's partially due to a carry from last year's cap of almost ten-million dollars. Green Bay has signed all nine of its draft picks, so that's no longer an issue. Nelson and Cobb are both entering the final years of their current deals. Nelson has said he'd like to get a new deal before the start of the season if he can. Cobb also wants to stay with the Pack, but he says it's out of his hands. The 27-year-old Finley is coming off spinal fusion surgery after his serious neck injury last October. He remains a free agent. Today, the Packers are starting their June mini-camp which runs through Thursday.
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