Greg Jennings Injury Update: Packers WR To Have MRI To Determine If MCL Is Torn

The Green Bay Packers suffered a fairly significant loss Sunday afternoon as wide receiver Greg Jennings went down with a knee injury in the third quarter of their blowout victory over the Oakland Raiders. Jennings is going to get an MRI on his knee on Monday to determine the full extent, but from the sounds of it, he could miss a bit of time.

Pro Football Talk heard some scuttlebutt that Jennings had torn his MCL. Aaron Rodgers reportedly told media that he hoped Jennings would be back in time for the playoffs. Head coach Mike McCarthy reported it as a knee sprain in his postgame press conference. Once the MRI is taken, information will either be officially released by the Packers or it will leak out to the media in some form or fashion. Accordingly, we'll have an update as soon as the information comes available.

Whatever the case, Jennings would seem likely to miss at least some time with the knee injury. For fantasy football purposes, it is likely that you will be without Jennings in your quest for fantasy glory. He could bounce back quickly, but you may need to be prepared to continue your playoff run without Jennings.

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