Sunday, August 24, 2014

Tretter Out "Multiple Weeks" With Knee Injury

In what can almost be surprised as an unsurprising happening, Packers Center J.C. Tretter will miss "multiple weeks" with a serious knee injury, Team Head Coach Mike McCarthy told earlier today. 

Tretter, a second-year player out of Cornell, was supposed to be Green Bay's starter this season, something that obviously won't happen now. 

So, as The Packers' Official Blog points out, recent fifth round draft pick Cory Linsley will likely be the guy to take over Tretter's position, a change that probably won't make a huge difference in how things play out yet is still definitely worth knowing. 

1 comment:

Brandon said...

Ugh. Tretter was making the occasional rookie mistake, but he was also making some great blocks. They aren't better with Lindsay at center, but he hasn't been bad this preseason.