Greg Jennings Injury: Packers Star Leaves Game With Knee Injury, Taken To Locker Room

Greg Jennings has been one of the most important cogs of Green Bay's nearly unstoppable scoring machine this fall. And now the Packers may have to learn how to play without him: Jennings was injured when his legs were landed on by defenders after a catch against the Raiders on Sunday, and left the game with the help of trainers.

Jennings remained on the sideline while the Packers' training staff examined his left knee, then was carted to the locker room for further examination. His return is questionable.

If body language counts for anything, Jennings wearing a towel over his head while on the sideline would certainly seem to be a bad sign for the Packers, who were up 31-0 at the time of Jennings' injury. But Jennings gave the Lambeau Field crowd a thumbs up on his way to the locker room.

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