Packers’ Romeo Doubs has high ankle sprain

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The Packers’ injury-plagued receiving corps has suffered another loss.

Packers wide receiver Romeo Doubs has a high ankle sprain, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

That’s usually a 4-6 week injury, although the Packers aren’t yet sure of his precise timeline for returning to the field.

Doubs leads all Packers wide receivers with 31 catches this season. He has played in all nine games while the rest of the receiving corps has been in and out of the lineup with injuries.

For the 3-6 Packers, who are desperately trying to salvage a highly disappointing season, this is going to be one more challenge to overcome.

6 responses to “Packers’ Romeo Doubs has high ankle sprain

  1. It’s unfortunate to be injured, next man up is the mantra for this. But what caught my eye was he leads the packer WR with 31 catches. If there was a next man up in green bay they should have put him in a long time ago.

  2. All teams deal with injuries at times. Sometimes it comes in bunches and none of the other teams have any sympathy because it probably happened to them in the past.

  3. Kid had a lot thrown on him as a rookie and did remarkably well. Now Rodgers can just hand off the ball 100 % of the time and stop blaming his WRs for not doing their jobs.

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