Packers running back Aaron Jones will miss three to six week after suffering a sprained MCL on Sunday, ESPN reported. Jones rushed for 125 yards against the Dallas Cowboys on October 8, and outdid himself two weeks later in a loss to the New Orleans Saints by gaining 131 yards on the ground via 17 carries. He was carted back to the locker room and eventually ruled out with a knee injury.
A fifth-round pick from UTEP, Jones has 370 rushing yards and three touchdowns this season. He is the team's second-leading rusher (273 yards on 71 carries) with three TDs.
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The Packers also may be without Montgomery, who reinjured his ribs on Sunday. Coach Mike McCarthy said Montgomery is "still going through tests". If both players are unable to go next week, Green Bay will likely turn full-time to rookie Jamaal Williams, who churned out 67 yards on 20 carries in relief of Jones and Montgomery.
The 22-year-old Georgia native missed most of the 2015 season with the Miners because of an ankle injury. If he misses only three weeks, he could return on December 10 against the Cleveland Browns.
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Depending on the severity of Montgomery's injury, the Packers may need to make a roster move at running back.
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