According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the Green bay Packers are worried that offensive lineman Bryan Bulaga suffered a season-ending knee injury during Saturday night’s intrasquad scrimmage.
The Green Bay Packers were hoping for the best while fearing the worst Sunday on knee damage suffered by left tackle Bryan Bulaga.
Sources said Bulaga was hurt at some point during the intra-squad scrimmage Saturday night at Lambeau Field.
He was walking afterward and was seen in the middle of the team’s huddle after the scrimmage.
However, Bulaga reported a problem with one of his knees while in the locker room and received treatment. The players were off Sunday, when the medical staff continued to run tests in an attempt to determine the extent of the damage.
Sources said the Packers had concern that the injury was a torn ligament and would turn out to be season-ending.
Bulaga played 30 snaps from scrimmage during the full-contact practice. He took a nasty fall on the first series and got up slowly, and he appeared to be a bit gimpy and limped to a degree at various other times.
Still, Bulaga didn’t miss a turn with the No. 1 offensive line.
Late in the practice, he lined up as the right wing on the field-goal protection team for one kick before tight end D.J. Williams replaced him for the bulk of the competition between Mason Crosby and Giorgio Tavecchio.
The last thing the Packers need is to lose a player like Bulaga for the entire season.
Update: Bulaga reportedly tore his ACL.