The Green Bay Packers entered Week 6 against the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens on Sunday afternoon without the heart and sole of their defense, Clay Matthews, but shortly into the game they also suffered a loss in the receiving corp after James Jones went down with a left leg injury.
There was no immediate update available and Jones was listed as questionable, but after further evaluation it was determined that the wide receiver would be unable to return during the game.
It is unclear whether or not the injury is to the leg or ankle of the wide receiver, but while he is out the team will need Jarrett Boykin to step up in a big way as the new No. 3 wide receiver.
The good news is that Jones was able to limp off of the field under his own power, but once he was on the sidelines it appeared that he was in very obvious pain.
We will update you as more information becomes available.