Packers to place Andrew Quarless on injured reserve

AP

The Green Bay Packers had to play most of their season without tight end Andrew Quarless. Now they’ll be without him for the rest of the season as well.

According to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Packers are expected to place Quarless on injured reserve.

It’s a move that Quarless doesn’t seem happy about. On his instagram page, Quarless wrote that it was not his choice for his season to come to an end.

Per Silverstein, Quarless had issues with his knee flare up after Sunday’s win over the Washington Redskins. He had been limited in practice the last two days in practice for the Packers.

Quarless was injured in Week 3 and placed on the injured reserve/designated to return list. He missed three months before returning for the final two regular season games against Arizona and Minnesota. He had just four catches for 31 yards in five regular games this season for Green Bay.

47 responses to “Packers to place Andrew Quarless on injured reserve

  1. He sucks, and is probably done in the NFL, other than his coming 2 year stint in Minnesota, sucking, as required by the collective bargaining agreement.

  2. They more than likely need a roster spot for a 5th WR heading into the Saturday night game, and Quarless wasn’t going to help them. Heal up and rehab so you’re ready for August, Andrew.

  3. ariani1985 says:
    Jan 14, 2016 11:50 PM
    Just think that TT passed on josh Norman and gave up 3 2nd round picks for the bum!
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    You been smoking that stuff Chandler Jones got a hold of or just showing how little you know about the Packers or how time works since Norman and Quarless were drafted a couple years apart?

  4. It won’t matter. The Vegas line has the Pack 7 point dogs in the matchup with Arizona, but I’m thinking the Pack’ll get beat like a barking dog…

    Arizona Cardinals 38, Green Bay Packers 3

  5. Show me where Ted Thompson gave up 3 2nd round picks for Andrew quarless. He was a 5th round pick who played here for 6 years. Ariani apparently enjoys completely fabricating “facts” out of thin air. It reminds me of the repeated statements about Aaron Rodgers 2-8 playoff record. Where does this stuff come from ?

  6. powersnatch0102 says:
    Jan 14, 2016 11:53 PM
    “Hopefully he is done with the packers, who clearly do not appreciate him”
    Its hard to appreciate a player who has been hurt all season and not contributing while still collecting big $ on payday then comes back and gets hurt again right away. they need a tight end that can play and is worth his paycheck and that aint Q.

  7. “Just think that TT passed on josh Norman and gave up 3 2nd round picks for the bum!”

    If you’re content on being a professional troll Ariana, then at least use facts. But as a loser Viking fan, I would not expect anything more. By the way, I was glad to see your pip squeak choker kicker got all those nice letters from those 1st graders and got to visit their school. Made my day!

  8. No power tight end all year, I never thought I’d miss Jermichale Finley?

    Richard Rodgers needs to have a huge game to give the Pack a chance of winning. Honestly, without Adams I don’t see it.

    But it was fun to see the queens go out in a disastrous crash and burn.

  9. powersnatch0102 says:
    Jan 14, 2016 11:53 PM

    Hopefully he is done with the packers, who clearly do not appreciate him.

    Not much to appreciate honestly. He hasn’t done much at all.

  10. He was a fifth round pick in 2010. Got something out of him here and there. Gave him a few chances but he’s just another guy headed to the scrap heap. HOWEVER, HE HAS ONE MORE SUPERBOWL RING THAN ANY VIKING PLAYER IN THEIR PATHETIC FRANCHISE HISTORY!!! Now that’s sayin’ somethin’.

  11. ariani1985 says:
    Jan 14, 2016 11:50 PM
    Just think that TT passed on josh Norman and gave up 3 2nd round picks for the bum!

    Everything you said is incorrect.

  12. ariani1985 says: Jan 14, 2016 11:50 PM

    Just think that TT passed on josh Norman and gave up 3 2nd round picks for the bum!
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    im sure you have internet in Minnesota so check quarless. he was a 5th round pick. 154th overall. do you just make your stuff up

  13. conormacleod says:
    Jan 15, 2016 8:58 AM

    Inactive this week or IR for the season. It amounts to the same thing. The whole team will be done after this weekend.
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    Even if that’s true, it’s one more week than your mighty Vikings’ season lasted.

    I wonder if Viking fans will still be plastering “one and done” all over this forum when referring to their team’s season.

  14. conormacleod says:
    Jan 15, 2016 8:58 AM
    Inactive this week or IR for the season. It amounts to the same thing. The whole team will be done after this weekend.
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    Aahhh, wookit all the sad little trolls……their team isn’t playing this week because their wittle kicker can’t kick. So sad. Hate all you want losers, as of right now we still have a chance while you have none.

  15. The hit that got him hurt was nasty, lucky his career wasn’t over then and here. League needs to be just as concerned about knee injuries as brain injuries. Both can end a career and completely change a life in my opinion

  16. Nothing brings out the Viking faithful more than a story about a packer tightend who didn’t play most of the year going on ir…..I guess.

    Good posts BTW ariani….well thought out and quite informative.

  17. Here’s a fun fact: in the 2015 nfccg, A-Rodg threw incomplete on every pass attempt to Quarless.

  18. crownofthehelmet says:
    Jan 15, 2016 10:23 AM
    Here’s a fun fact: in the 2015 nfccg, A-Rodg threw incomplete on every pass attempt to Quarless
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    All one of the attempts? Devastating.

  19. It doesn’t matter what the Viking trolls write, and it doesn’t matter if the Packers lose.

    I can do a search for “wide left loser Viking fans” and get hundreds of videos and still shots of the exact moment Viking fans were reminded of who they are.

    That can sustain just about any Packer fan until next year.

    If they win, well, then they can beat anybody…..and everyone will know it.

    So, write your drivel. What else have you got to do?

  20. Played pretty well for a 5th round draft pick. Unfortunately he’s had a few injuries that have limited his production.

    I don’t think he’ll get any better when he has Teddy Bridgewater throwing him the ball next year.

  21. ariani1985 says: Jan 15, 2016 12:09 PM

    More packer articles please!
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    at least the packers are still relevant ….what does the queen injury report look like……….. are the queens favored this weekend ………. while the queens are working on their off season championship the pack is still preparing for a PLAYOFF game, and while they should lose this weekend, what kind of drivel are you going to comment on next week IF they win

  22. It’s a move that Quarless doesn’t seem happy about. He does get to leave Green Bay, Wisconsin ahead of the rush.

  23. “stellarperformance says: It doesn’t matter what the Viking trolls write, and it doesn’t matter if the Packers lose. I can do a search for “wide left loser Viking fans” and get hundreds of videos and still shots of the exact moment Viking fans were reminded of who they are. That can sustain just about any Packer fan until next year. If they win, well, then they can beat anybody…..and everyone will know it. So, write your drivel. What else have you got to do?”

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    Do the same search except type in “NFL Epic Choke” and count how many of the top 100 search results come back with the Packers loss to Seattle in the 2015 NFCCG. That game trumps ANY championship wins the Packers have had or will ever win. Ahead 19-7 with 2:09 left but lose 28-22 in overtime. The single missed field goal of a kicker doesn’t even come close to comparing the TOTAL FAILURE OF THE ENTIRE PACKERS’ FRANCHISE that day.

    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

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