The Green Bay Packers lost tight end Colt Lyerla to what appears to be a serious leg injury, but nose tackle B.J. Raji avoided a serious injury to his ankle.
The Green Bay Packers held their annual Family Night event Saturday night, but this time they just held a training camp practice instead of their traditional scrimmage.
While most of the team was able to stay healthy throughout, a couple of players were not as lucky.
Tight end Colt Lyerla had the most serious injury of the night, but he would not disclose details even though crutches were seen in his locker.
Nose tackle B.J. Raji hurt his ankle, but it has been revealed that he avoided a serious injury, and the team is expecting him back Monday.
Lyerla’s chances of making the Packers’ roster have been severely damaged since he had no leverage as an undrafted free agent. The ex-Oregon Duck had been showing steady improvement in training camp though.
Raji avoiding a serious injury gives the Packers fans a reason to sigh in relief since he is a key part of their defense.