The Green Bay Packers start their preparations today for Sunday’s prime time matchup against the Washington Redskins and they expect to be without another starter.
Right guard T.J. Lang left Sunday’s game with what was thought to be an ankle injury. But Lang said Tuesday that the injury is a foot injury, not the ankle. He expressed his disappointment after saying he expects to miss several weeks moving forward.
The Packers are already playing without starting center J.C. Tretter and left tackle David Bakhtiari left last week’s game with a knee injury. Bakhtiari said Monday that he expects to be day-to-day and wouldn’t rule out playing Sunday night.
Don Barclay expects to move into Lang’s spot at right guard.