Greg Jennings Injury Update: Knee Sprain Could Limit Green Bay Packers Offense

Greg Jennings suffered a knee injury during the third quarter of the Green Bay Packers game against the Oakland Raiders as the Packers continued on their quest to remain undefeated. Head coach Mike McCarthy announced in his post-game press conference that Jennings suffered a knee sprain, an injury that could limit the Packers offense going forward.

Jennings finished Sunday's game with just two receptions and 20 yards while being targeted five times by quarterback Aaron Rodgers, but he wasn't exactly needed as Green Bay cruised to a 46-16 victory after leading 31-0 at halftime.

The Packers have just three games left as they look to complete an undefeated regular season and, following Jenning's injury on Sunday, they may need to consider benching some of their starters in a quest to remain healthy heading into the postseason.

Jennings' status for even next week hasn't been determined yet, but it's never good to see players get hurt in what ultimately are meaningless games considering the Packers have clinched homefield advantage throughout the playoffs.

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