Packers WR Equanimeous St. Brown suffered a high-ankle sprain in last night’s preseason game in Canada, source said. X-Rays were negative and the MRI indicated a high-ankle sprain that’ll likely knock him out 4-6 weeks.
Equanimeous St. Brown's absence should help boost Jake Kumerow's playing time up as the likely No. 4 receiver in Green Bay to start the season. Kumerow has looked good in camp and in preseason games and will be right on the edge of seeing useful fantasy volume if any receiver ahead of him misses playing time or if he can beat out Geronimo Allison for slot work.