Aaron Rodgers will be without another target for at least a month.
Tight end Andrew Quarless has an MCL sprain in his left knee, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, per a source. Quarless, who was injured on Monday night in the second quarter against the Chiefs, is expected to miss four to six weeks.
The second-string tight end is the latest Packer to get hit by the injury bug. Green Bay is already without the services of top wide receiver Jordy Nelson for the season, Eddie Lacy has been slowed down by an ankle injury and Davante Adams aggravated his high-ankle sprain on the first series versus Kansas City on Monday night.
GB TE Andrew Quarless - Week 20, 2014 Fantasy Football Outlook
Andrew Quarless Playoffs vs. Seahawks
Andrew Quarless had four catches for 31 yards and a score last week. Richard Rodgers also caught a TD as Green Bay's tight ends were the targets on two of Aaron Rodgers' three TD passes. But it's hit and miss for both the Green Bay tight ends. And the upside isn't big enough for the risk.