GREEN BAY, WI (LEARFIELD-WSAU) Green Bay Packers’ corner Tramon Williams is getting a second opinion on the extent of a knee injury he suffered at Training Camp last Sunday. N-F-L Network reports that a “second set of eyes” will look at the results of an M-R-I Williams had this week.
The report also said it might be a problem with cartilage, and not a ligament injury that could result in a tear. Coach Mike McCarthy says the Packers’ medical staff has an excellent relationship with players, but the players are still encouraged to get second opinions if they believe they’re necessary.
Both Williams and corner Casey Hayward will be out for a while with injuries. That’s giving new opportunities for rookie corner Micah Hyde and third-year defender Davon House. Both have done well at practice so far.
Corners’ coach Joe Whitt said encouraged both Hyde and House to run with their opportunities and quote, “the great thing is, they have.” The annual Family Night Scrimmage is tonight at Lambeau Field.