Packers RB Aaron Jones (knee) to miss 3-6 weeks


Aaron Jones isn't lost for the year, but the Green Bay Packers rookie running back could miss a good chunk of the closing stretch because of the knee injury he suffered in Sunday's win at Chicago.

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Jones was injured early in the Packers' game Sunday against the Bears at Soldier Field. He was carted back to the locker room and eventually ruled out with a knee injury. Jones is set to miss 3-6 weeks with a MCL sprain.

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The Packers also could be without Montgomery, who reinjured his ribs on Sunday against the Bears. If both players are unable to go next week, Green Bay will likely turn full-time to rookie Jamaal Williams, who churned out 67 yards on 20 carries in relief of Jones and Montgomery. He rushed for more than 100 yards in two games this season. On the season, he has 70 rushes for 370 yards and 3 touchdowns with 8 receptions (16 targets) for 16 yards in eight games (four starts). Missing all six weeks would leave him available for Week 17 against the Detroit Lions. He remained the Packers' featured back even after Montgomery returned from injury, relegating the converted wide receiver to snaps on a situational basis. Green Bay does not have a running back on the practice squad now.

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