Another Monday, another bout of bad news for the Packers as Randall Cobb is going to be sidelined for multiple weeks with a fractured right fibula.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel is reporting that Cobb could miss up to 8 weeks with the injury.
The third-year wide receiver suffered the injury late in the first half of Sunday's game when Baltimore's Matt Elam tackled Cobb, hitting him in the right leg. It's being reported that Cobb nearly broke the fibula all the way through.
Wide receiver James Jones and linebacker Nick Perry were also injured in the game.
Multiple sources, including ESPN, are reporting that Jones is being diagnosed with a sprained posterior cruciate ligament and could actually play this week against Cleveland.
Perry told reporters after the game that he was fine but today sources are saying that the linebacker broke his foot in the game.
Mike McCarthy would not go into detail about the injuries sustained but did say that Perry does not have the chance to play this week.
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