Packers believe Elgton Jenkins tore his ACL against the Vikings

It seems the Green Bay Packers are concerned about the injury of Elgton Jenkins, one of the men leading their attack.

Things don’t look good for Green Bay Packers right away. First, there is the fact that Green Bay has somehow managed lost on the road to a much worse Minnesota Vikings. Then there was the fact that one of their starting XI had a left knee injury.

According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Packers are clearly concerned that Elgton Jenkins suffered a serious injury during Sunday night’s loss to Vikings.

In one tweetRapoport detailed that a source indicated that there was some concern that Jenkins’ left knee injury could actually be a torn ACL. If that’s the case, Packers and Jenkins, have just received some terrible news.

Rapoport mentions that Jenkins will have an MRI to check the true extent of his knee injury.

Nothing is good. With that particular injury, it is very likely that Jenkins will not play again this season.

Elgton Jenkins Injury Update: Green Bay Packers Offensive Lead May Have Torn His ACL

For his sake, hopefully Jenkins’ knee injury isn’t as serious as it was feared. An MRI will determine that, though. It is currently unclear when Jenkins will have an MRI to examine his knee.

Jenkins was a second-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft when Green Bay decided to use the 44th overall pick to help bolster their offensive line. Prior to being picked by the Packers, Jenkins played for the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Packers believe Elgton Jenkins tore his ACL against the Vikings

Subhankar Mondal

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