Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said Monday that All-Pro linebacker Clay Matthews could miss “a couple of weeks” because of a recurring hamstring injury.
McCarthy also said that receiver Jordy Nelson will be “fine” after dealing with ankle and hamstring injuries.
The Packers have Week 10 off and don’t return to action until a road date with the Detroit Lions Nov. 18. Matthews, in his fourth season, has 31 tackles and one forced fumble this season and is tied for second in the NFL with nine sacks.
McCarthy at podium-Matthews (hamstring) early diagnosis is it may be a couple of weeks. Clay doesn’t feel it's as bad as it was in the past—
Green Bay Packers (@packers) November 05, 2012