GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers linebacker Frank Zombo fears that his season-long string of injuries are ruining his chance to play in the NFL.
Zombo's third injury of the season a hamstring strain will keep him out of the lineup in Green Bay's next game. It will be the eighth time in 10 games this season that an injury will force Zombo out of action.
"I'm trying not to be scared, but, are my chances running out on me?" Zombo said at his locker Tuesday. "I'm trying to stay as long as I can and little things are just keeping me away from it. It's frustrating. It's taking its toll.
Zombo suffered the hamstring strain in the third quarter of the Packers' Week 9 win in San Diego. He missed the first five games of the season with a shoulder injury, but once Zombo was back on the field, he hyper-extended his knee and missed the next game.
"How many more times can this happen to me?" Zombo said. "Obviously I'm just really frustrated and the best thing to do is stay positive, but it's hard...