The Packers had a scary moment late in their game against the Eagles as Malachi Dupre left on a stretcher after a hard hit. Dupre had movement and feeling in all his extremities, the team announced.
The receiver was transported to an area hospital for further evaluation.
Dupre was injured on a hard hit by Eagles safety Tre Sullivan after an 8-yard catch. Packers coach Mike McCarthy went onto the field as medical staff strapped him to a backboard, and players from both teams took a knee in a sign of concern.
Dupre, though, was talking to head athletic trainer Bryan Engel and team doctors and gave a thumbs up to the crowd as he left the field on a stretcher, according to Jason Wilde of ESPN.
The Packers selected Dupre in the seventh round after he caught 98 passes for 1,609 yards and 14 touchdowns in three seasons at LSU.