In 2020, a lot happened for the Green Bay Packers. This football season has undoubtedly been a success, with the NFC The team is on the verge of getting the top seed in the playoffs. At 12-3 p.m., the Packers are set to take advantage of the play-by-bye and home-field, while quarterback Aaron Rogers is largely the front-runner for the MVP Awards.
The Packers avoided major injuries and significant COVID-19 related issues throughout the year … until 31 December.
Today the Packers were looking at the injury of one of the best and most important players in their practice which will cost him the rest of the season. Left-hander David Bakhtiari was injured in Thursday’s practice, and reports are coming in this evening that the injury season is over – and That the Packers believe it is a torn ACL.
This will be the first major injury Bakhtari has suffered in his career, as he has never played less than 12 games in a single season. Last week the NFC Pro. His third Pro Bowl honor in the Bowl team, with an early left-handed weapon, is his name, and he should also get an All-Pro nod from the first team or the second team, which will be his fourth time as All-Pro.
The normal recovery time for a torn ACL is between 9 and 12 months. If Bakhtari returns at the early end of that deadline, he could be ready in time for the start of the 2021 season. Bakhtari signed a new contract extension a few weeks ago that included $ 92 million in new funding and extended his current deal for four years to run until 2024.
The Packers may now be forced to turn left at Elgton Jenkins or Billy Turner. The two players have faced each other at different times this season, but Rick Wagner’s injury – he practiced on a limited basis on Thursday – could complicate matters for the Packers to move forward. Turner started a few games earlier this season in place of Bakhtari on the left.
Green Bay plays the Chicago Bears on Sunday. The Packers win will get the NFC’s top seed.