Packers coach Mike McCarthy provided an update on all the injuries Monday, and the news wasn’t very very positive.
- Clay Matthews could miss “a couple weeks” with his hamstring injury, McCarthy said. With the Packers on a bye this week, I suppose there’s a chance Matthews could be back for the Lions game on Nov. 18, but I wouldn’t count on it. We will likely see more of Dezman Moses if Matthews misses games.
- Bryan Bulaga is going to see a specialist about his injured hip. That doesn’ sound promising. If he’s out, T.J. Lang will play right tackle and Evan Dietrich-Smith will play left guard. That leaves the Packers dangerously thin on the line, especially if Derek Sherrod goes on injured reserve.
- Jordy Nelson sprained his ankle and should be fine, McCarthy said. *Sigh of relief*
- Nick Perry is gong for a second opinion on his injured knee, which means the knee probably hasn’t improved like he and the Packers hoped it would. If Perry remains out, look for the fragile Frank Zombo to backup Erik Walden.
For more on the Packers injuries, check out Jason Wilde’s blog at ESPNMilwaukee.com.
Yes, this update isn’t exactly positive. But remember: As long as Aaron Rodgers is healthy, the Packers have a shot.
Now quit worrying about the Packers and go vote.
UPDATE: According to Rob Demovsky of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, the second opinion for Perry will be on his wrist, not his knee. Does this mean he gets to wear one of those cast/club type of things over his hand? We’ll see.——————
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