UPDATE: The Packers are drafting two pass rushers after the injury to Kingsley Enagbar.

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported Monday that Green Bay Packers quarterback Kingsley Enagbare, who has played 41 percent of the team’s defensive snaps this year, suffered a torn ACL.

Coach Matt LaFleur would not confirm the diagnosis during a news conference Monday, but backed up Sunday’s statement by saying things were “not good” for Enagbare, who was on crutches after the Packers’ win. About the Dallas Cowboys. In response to Enagbar’s injury, Green Bay brought two passers to Monday’s practice. FYI, the Packers play the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday. That means my day off this week is Monday, not Tuesday. Green Bay usually trains its players on weekends.

According to NFL reporter Aaron Wilson, the outside linebacker prospects the Packers brought in were Deandre Johnson and Deslin Alexander, both of whom have previous NFL experience. Alexander is a bit more interesting. Not only is he good athletically, but he was also rumored to be a rookie prospect that the Packers paid attention to during the draft process.

A week before the draft, Pro Football Network’s Tony Paulin reported that Alexander was receiving interest from both Green Bay and the Chicago Bears. Alexander eventually signed with the New York Jets, but was selected to the Bears’ practice squad after making the cut. In the past month, Alexander has coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs.If any of these players sign with the Packers, expect them to join the practice squad.

Green Bay currently has three practice squad outside linebackers, including international wide receiver Kenneth Odumegwu. The Packers probably won’t need a fourth practice squad player other than a backup, but the team could add one of their practice squad players to the 53-man roster.

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