GREEN BAY, Wis. — Jimmy Graham‘s lapse to Seattle left him with a damaged ride that could sideline him for during slightest partial of a residue of a season.
Tests on Friday showed a Green Bay Packers parsimonious finish pennyless his thumb, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The group is perplexing to figure out how prolonged Graham will be out.
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Graham, who sealed with a Packers this offseason after 3 years with a Seahawks, left in a initial half of Thursday’s 27-24 detriment and did not return.
The border of Graham’s damage was initial reported by NFL Network.
The Packers used Lance Kendricks roughly exclusively in his place, though manager Mike McCarthy pronounced rookie Robert Tonyan, who held a 54-yard touchdown in a initial half for his initial career NFL reception, could see his personification time boost if Graham misses poignant time.
“Robert’s unequivocally ready,” McCarthy said. “It’s unequivocally only a product of who’s in front of him. … Yeah, he’s prepared to play. we suspicion he unequivocally came on there during a finish of training camp, and he’s finished a lot of good things. … We have certainty in Robert.”
The Packers (4-5-1) play again subsequent Sunday night during Minnesota.
McCarthy did not contend either Graham could play opposite a Vikings.
“I don’t have a accurate border of a injury, so I’m certain he’ll answer that subsequent week for you,” McCarthy said. “… He came by a training room. He’s in there right now.”