Reports: Packers WR Greg Jennings To Have MRI To Determine Severity Of Knee Injury
Green Bay Packers star wide receiver Greg Jennings left the team's dominating victory over the Oakland Raiders Sunday with a knee injury in the third quarter. Jennings was visibly pained, and rode to the locker room in a cart.
Now Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com is floating a report that Jennings suffered a torn MCL -- a report that even Florio candidly admits is "unconfirmed."
However, in a follow-up tweet Florio reports that Jennings will undergo an MRI tomorrow to determine the precise nature and severity of the injury, and that report has since been confirmed by Albert Breer of the NFL Network.
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[tweet https://twitter.com/AlbertBreer/status/146060031014600706 align='center'] The Packers have been an offensive juggernaut through their 13-0 start to the season, and Jennings has been a big part of that. Through the 2011 season to date, Jennings has 67 catches for 949 yards and 9 touchdowns; if Jennings misses any significant time, it will like have noticeable ramifications for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense.