Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop suffered a torn hamstring eight nights ago in the team’s preseason opener at San Diego. On Friday, Bishop underwent surgery to repair the injury.
Coach Mike McCarthy told the media, via the Green Bay Press Gazette, that the procedure has been performed, by team physician Dr. Pat McKenzie.
McCarthy said no decision has been made regarding whether Bishop will return in 2012. In two weeks, the team will have to decide whether to carry him on the 53-man roster or send Bishop to season-ending injured reserve.
Bishop, a sixth-round pick in 2007, has been a full-time starter the past two seasons.