“I don’t have a high level of concern about B.J. Raji’s ankle right now based off the information I was given and also talking with B.J.,” McCarthy said, via the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “First play of the game, that’s not a good feeling.”
Raji went to the locker room and came back with his ankle heavily taped, and he was walking with a limp on the sideline. But he didn’t appear to be seriously hurt, and it would seem that there’s a good chance he’ll be on the field when the Packers open the season against the 49ers in nine days.