The Packers were hurt when they learned wideout Jordy Nelson was done for the year, but they've suffered another setback on offense with an injury to tackle Bryan Bulaga.
Bulaga will reportedly need a repair to his torn meniscus, on top of a sprained MCL, according to NFL Network.
He is set to be out "at least a month," with a six-week timeline as his projected return.
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Bulaga, 26, has manned the right side for the Packers, and has done a solid job protecting the edge since being selected No. 23 overall in 2010.
Given his timeline, Bulaga is expected to miss the following games: Seattle, Kansas City, San Francisco, St. Louis, San Diego, and Denver.
The schedule includes three games against NFC West opponents, and a Week 4 matchup in Santa Clara against the 49ers.
From @RapSheet and I -- In addition his sprained MCL, Packers OT Bryan Bulaga also needs meniscus repair. Could be out a while.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) September 19, 2015
Just to add here, Bulaga actually already had the surgery to repair his torn meniscus. Likely out six weeks.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) September 19, 2015