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L.D. Green Bay Packers fear that David Bakhtiar practically injured his knee during the season

Green Bay, Wis. – Green Bay Packers lose one of the most important members of their high-powered offense Al-Pro Left Challenge David Bhaktiyari, Believed to be the seasonal end-of-season knee injury experienced in practice on Thursday, a source told ESPN.

The NFL Network reports that the injured ACL.

Packers added Bhaktari in the injury report after training on Thursday. During the open section for reporters, there was no obvious problem. Coach Matt Loughlour spoke before training and will take questions from reporters next Friday.

The Packers (12-3), who lead the NFL in scoring 31.6 points per game, are the NFC’s No. 1 seed if they win the regular season final on Sunday at the Chicago Pierce.

But now they have to do without their best talent non-level player in the offense. Six weeks after signing a record-breaking, four-year, $ 103.5 million contract extension, he became the highest paid attacking player in NFL history.

The 29-year-old, who was drafted in the fourth round in 2013, has been the first or second team All-Pro in each of the last four years. He was named Pro Bowl Starter when the selections were announced last week.

The Packers played when a devotee missed three games earlier this season due to a broken rib. Billy Turner In the left thorax. Turner has been a regular starter on the right side in both safety and tackle.

Most recently, Turner started the last four games in perfect custody Rick Wagner Started with the right coping. However, Wagner suffered a knee injury in Sunday’s win over the Tennessee Titans and was a definite participant in the practice.

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Moving the Pro Bowl left guard is another option Elkton Jenkins To the left tackle. Jenkins has played everywhere this season, but has played in the right guard, 599 in left guard, 286 in center, 31 in right block and 26 in left block, according to ESPN statistics and information research.