First, the bad news:
The Green Bay Packers won’t have one of their long-term hopes for the future at defensive line in for practice Tuesday in camp after an injury Saturday night.
Dean Lowry missed a good portion of action Saturday night after he injured his knee in Washington.
However, Coach Mike McCarthy told reporters including WTMJ’s Doug Russell that “this isn’t a long-term injury.”
Three other Packers were injured Saturday with evaluations for concussions:
– CB LaDarius Gunter
– LB Derrick Mathews
– LB Jordan Tripp
One piece of concerning news – as reported by the Journal Sentinel’s Michael Cohen:
— Michael Cohen (@Michael_Cohen13) August 22, 2017
Now, the good news. starting running back Ty Montgomery returned to practice Tuesday after missing last week. Per ESPN’s Rob Demovsky:
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) August 22, 2017