The Packers suffered many injuries on Sunday afternoon in Detroit, but it seems the worst of them was suffered by Rashan Gary.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Rashan Gary suffered a torn ACL in Sunday's loss to the Lions. Rapoport reported that Gary will have an MRI today to determine the extent of the damage. The extent of the injury was originally reported by Jeremy Fowler of ESPN on Monday morning. Fowler reported the "initial belief" of the Packers was that Gary had torn his ACL.
If Gary did indeed tear his ACL, his season would come to an end. Gary currently ranks second in the NFL in percentage of pass-rush snaps resulting in a pressure among players with at least 100 snaps.
The Packers host the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday afternoon at 3:25pm. Hear the game on 97.3 The Game.