Green Bay Packers reserve tight end Andrew Quarless is done for the season
after suffering a knee injury in the 38-35 win over the New York Giants on Sunday.
Mike McCarthy delivered the news on Monday and said Quarless would undergo surgery soon.
Quarless has only 3 catches for 36 yards this season, but he has progressed significantly as a blocker and was the primary backup to Jermichael Finley.
Charles Woodson was diagnosed with a concussion, but he could play this Sunday against the Oakland Raiders.
Running back James Starks left Sunday’s game early with a sprained ankle. Mike McCarthy said it’ll be a challenge for Starks to practice by mid-week.