The Green Bay Packers first-round draft pick this year, Nick Perry, was placed on injury reserve today because of a wrist injury, and will miss the rest of the season.
Perry has been out for the last three games due to a knee injury, but the wrist injury unfortunately will cause us to not see Perry the rest of the year, but he is said to be fine after recovery. This is what the Green Bay Press-Gazette reported:
“…the linebacker had surgery to repair a ligament. Perry had missed the last three games, but it was with a knee injury. There was no hint anything else was amiss until coach Mike McCarthy said Monday that he was getting a second opinion.”
“Perry, drafted out of USC with the 28th pick, played in six games and made five starts. He had two sacks and 29 tackles.
The Packers also activated tight end Andrew Quarless from the physical unable to perform list Wednesday. Quarless has been out with a knee injury.”
Hopefully all goes well with Perry’s recovery and we can see him starting next season!