Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless will be lost for the season after suffering a knee injury in Sunday’s game.
The injury will require surgery. Quarless was carted off the field after going down.
So what does this mean for the Packers? Not much.
Quarless only had three receptions for 36 yards on the season with Jermichael Finley getting the majority of the snaps at tight end. Expect to see Tom Crabtree and D.J. Williams get more reps, with rookie Ryan Taylor possibly picking up a few here and there.
See, it’s a good think the Packers kept 17 tight ends after all. They’ll never run out!
Crabtree has five catches for 31 yards this season, including one touchdown, Williams has one catch for seven yards, and Taylor has none.
Do you think the Packers will promote Tori Gurley?
Would be interesting to see Gurley, Finley, Jordy and J Jones line up on one side in the red zone and let AR toss one up and see who comes down with it.
Doesn’t mean nothing. May not have a huge impact, but he has been our best blocking TE and is probably the most talented all around after Finley. We’ll miss Quarless in the run game that is already pretty sad.
This is still unfortunate as Quarless was coming around, and he had turned into a quality blocker.
It also sucks because he was injured by a personal foul that wasn’t called.
That was one of the worst officiated games I’ve seen in awhile.
That’s really unfortunate. You could tell that injury looked bad from the 1st time seeing it
he’ll be out for a long time. heard he tore his acl and mcl. that never should have happened in the first place.