The injury that required fusion surgery for Packers' safety Nick Collins continues to cloud his future. Head coach Mike McCarthy said Collins wouldn't be allowed back on the field if Collins was McCarthy's son. Collins was scheduled to meet with the team before the draft but the meeting has been delayed to grant Collins more time to meet with doctors. Collins' agent, Alan Herman, told the Green Bay Press Gazette the meeting won't be held until Collins has gathered everything necessary to make an informed decision on whether or not he should play football again. Collins was injured Week 2 of the 2011 season and required single-fusion surgery. "All the opinions aren't in, and I think he's getting another opinion," Herman said.
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