The Green Bay Packers will be without cornerback Davon House when they face the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
House, who was probably the only Packers’ cornerback to have any positive plays last week, has an injured shoulder.
Is it season-ending? No one appears ready to say that yet, but it doesn’t sound particularly good.
“He’s got to get more information,” Packers coach Mike McCarthy said. “It’s not your everyday injury. He feels better; he’s got his range of motion and he’s really responded very well the last couple days.”
The Packers will hope starters Sam Shields and Tramon Williams bounce back from the terrible games they had last week. Even when those guys are on point, House is arguably the Packers’ best against bigger receivers, though.
His loss isn’t insignificant.
There’s better news on running back Eddie Lacy. Although he was limited in practice with a hip injury this week, he’s probable for Sunday and expected to play.