We don’t know too much yet, but it’s never good when Bryan Bulaga gets injured, is it?
Bryan Bulaga goes down hurt during the 9-on-7 drill. He's limping off the field now and grimacing badly. #Packers
The Green Bay Packers’ starting right tackle has dealt with knee injuries throughout his career. Bulaga has been sidelined for 32 games in his career, including all of 2013.
The Packers’ backup plan at tackle — once thought to be solid — now looks shaky.
The obvious replacement, if Bulaga is sidelined, would be 2016 second-round pick Jason Spriggs. However, Spriggs has played so badly this preseason that seems a frightful thought.
Although technically a left tackle, Spriggs is considered the top backup regardless of side. Last year, he filled in at guard, as well. Last year, he wasn’t playing as badly as what we’ve seen this year, however.
Another possible option would be 2016 seventh-round pick Kyle Murphy, who played right tackle at Stanford.
Hopefully, the Packers won’t have to make that decision.