Green Bay Packers RB Aaron Jones 1-2 weeks off with ‘mild’ MCL sprain

MRI revealed that Green Bay Packers run again Aaron Jones A source said ESPN’s Adam Schefter has suffered a “mild” MCL sprain and is expected to be out for 1-2 weeks.

Jones left last Sunday’s 17-0 win Seattle Seahawks Football Team in the third round with a knee injury, touching his right knee at the end of the game rose 6 yards. On the CBS television show, Tracy Wolfson recounted that Jones left the medical tent in tears and went to talk to his family.

Packers coach Matt LaFleur will not provide any post-match updates.

Jones has sprained MCL before, including one on his right knee during the 2018 season. He missed the final two games of that season. As a 2017 rookie of the year, he missed two mid-season games because of an MCL sprain and was later sidelined for the season finale with the same injury. The Packers missed the playoffs in both of those seasons, so it’s unknown when Jones might return.

The Packers signed Jones to a four-year, $48 million contract in March.

He’s got four 61-yard catches and seven 25-yard tackles when he’s out of the game.

Second year back AJ Dillon a total of 128 yards of fouls (66 yards with 21 take and 62 yards with two catches) and two touchdowns with the Seahawks. | Green Bay Packers RB Aaron Jones 1-2 weeks off with ‘mild’ MCL sprain

Olly Dawes

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