On the heels of a painful loss to the Seahawks on Thursday night, the Packers now apparently will be without Jimmy Graham for a while.
The tight end veteran left the game in the second quarter with a chest injury, and Adam Schefter of ESPN He informed Friday afternoon that a source said that the thumb is broken. The team is now trying to determine how long the purchase of Green Bay canopy will not be charged. It's not good news for a team returning to 4-5-1 after another loss.
Graham seemed to be hurt while blocking the security of Seattle Bradley McDougald.
By Mike Silver, Jimmy Graham's polar injuries "fear being serious." Here is the first half of the game when it seems that happened. https://t.co/1RpaiHgnaE pic.twitter.com/QPU0N5lXhs
– The Power Sweep (@ThePowerSweep) November 16, 2018
Shortly after he left the game, Aaron Rodgers reached the tight end of fourth rook Robert Tonyan for a touchdown pass of 54 yards and acknowledged after he thought of the second division that threw the ball that was shooting Graham before he found out that it was really Tonyan downfield
Graham, 31, has 34 receptions for 452 yards and two touchdowns this year, but his production has been submerged lately. Until the first departure of Thursday, he only registered a reception in three of the last four games of Green Bay.
The next game of the Packers is in the Vikings on November 25th.