GREEN BAY, Wis. -- As Packers starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga stood on the sideline in full pads throughout the second half Sunday, it seemed likely that the injury he suffered wasn't too serious.
But on Monday, coach Mike McCarthy revealed that Bulaga has a knee cap sprain and will be "challenged to play this week."
When asked what exactly a knee cap sprain was and how it would affect Bulaga's recovery time, McCarthy said, "That's a good question" without expanding further.
This injury for Bulaga is to his left knee, the same one that he injured earlier this season and missed two games with.
When Bulaga left Sunday's game in Kansas City, he was replaced at right tackle by first-round pick Derek Sherrod.
However, Sherrod suffered a broken leg later in the game and will miss the rest of the season. McCarthy said that Sherrod had successful surgery performed in Kansas City on Sunday night.
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