Packers right tackle Bryan Bulaga strained his MCL in practice on Thursday, ESPN’s Rob Demovsky reports.
The team initially feared that Bulaga had a torn ACL.
The six-year veteran has sustained several injuries to his left knee during his career, missing all of the 2013 season after tearing his ACL, and missing a game in 2014 with a sprained MCL in the same leg.
Bulaga will undergo additional testing on Friday to assess the severity of the injury, according to ESPN.
The offensive lineman signed a new five-year deal with the Packers worth $33.75 million after the 2014 season, and is expected to be replaced by Don Barclay or Josh Walker for Green Bay’s Sunday night contest against the Seahawks.