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Packers Safty Nick Collins Out For Season With Neck Injury

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GREEN BAY- Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy confirmed Monday afternoon that Packers safety Nick Collins is out for the season.

McCarthy said Collins was in their team meeting and has told the team about it.

Packers Pro Bowl safety was carted off the field Sunday after making a diving attempt to tackle Panther running back Jonathan Stewart in Packers-Panthers game.

Collins' head appears to strike Stewart's thigh and bounced off the turf before he finally came to rest face down.

He spent the night in a North Carolina hospital after sustaining a head and neck injury.

CT scans were negative and Collins has all movement and feeling in all of his extremities.

Collins was a 2005 second round pick who has played in 95 of his possible 97 career games and hasn't missed a game since 2007.

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