Green Bay Packers running back P.J. Pope underwent arthroscopic surgery on Monday afternoon after injuring his knee on a running play during the intrasquad scrimmage Saturday night.
Coach Mike McCarthy didn't give any time table, but according to reports, Pope could miss anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks which could make him a consideration for injured reserve.
The Packers are already without veteran Vernand Morency, but coach Mike McCarthy said don't expect the Packers to go out and add any more running backs.
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