Add another one to the list.
The Packers just wrapped up practice, and coach Mike McCarthy told reporters that wide receiver Jordy Nelson would miss the rest of training camp after having knee surgery.
He was held out of Saturday’s scrimmage, and wasn’t on the field today.
The hope is that Nelson will be able to return for the regular season opener, however.
This comes after wide receiver Randall Cobb left practice today with what McCarthy referred to as a biceps injury.
The Packers lost veterans Greg Jennings in free agency and Donald Driver to retirement. Being without Nelson will force the Packers to look at a group of young receivers, and one of them will have to step up.