The Green Bay Packers will be without linebacker and special teams contributor Randy Ramsey for the foreseeable future.

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Coach Matt LaFleur confirmed the injury suffered by Ramsey on Monday was a significant one.

“That was not a good injury, and it’s a shame, because he’s done so much in terms of bringing that special teams value, but also he’s reliable when we’ve been putting him in there on defense as well, and bringing some much-needed depth to that position,” LaFleur said.

Ramsey, an undrafted free agent signed by the Packers in 2019, saw action in 12 games and tallied two tackles on defense and nine special teams tackles last season. He played 75 snaps as a standup outside linebacker and 204 snaps on various special teams groups.

LaFleur didn’t downplay the injury but he also wasn’t ready to rule out Ramsey for the entire season.

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