Jordy Nelson suffered at least two fractured ribs in the Green Bay Packers 38-13 wild-card win over the New York Giants on Sunday.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Media was the first to report the injury.
Nelson was injured in the second quarter when he took a shot to the ribs from safety Leon Hall while trying to hold onto a pass. The wide receiver eventually left the stadium on a cart and spent the night in a local hospital, before being released earlier on Monday.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy told reporters Monday afternoon that Nelson won’t practice before Saturday, and if he doesn’t practice then, he won’t play in Green Bay’s divisional-round matchup with the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Meanwhile, linebacker Blake Martinez and running back Ty Montgomery were each diagnosed with knee injuries, but McCarthy believes they both have an opportunity to play against the Cowboys.
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“One of the things I love doing is giving little insights to fans…to help understand what we’re going through each week…” Martinez said during an appearance on the Joe and Ebo Show Thursday morning. “I like doing those little things because they do so much for [the Packers.]”
Martinez led the Pac-12 Conference in 2015 with 138 total tackles and 63 assisted tackles. He also ranked third in the 2014 season with three interceptions.
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