"Brett Hundley's doing good," McCarthy said. "Just saw him in the locker room. Same ankle (left) as last time, don't think it's as bad."
Cameras showed Aaron Rodgers with his arm around a slightly limping Hundley as the two made their way to the locker room at halftime.
Hundley had completed five of his seven throws for 67 yards, and led Green Bay to a 14-play, 74-yard scoring drive which ended with Eddie Lacy rumbling into the end zone.
Here are the other injuries we are tracking Thursday night:
- Cincinnati Bengals right tackle Jake Fisher was removed from the game early and is getting precautionary X-rays on his right leg. Fisher did not return against the Lions. He was seen wearing a walking boot as he was leaving Ford Field. Bengals coach Marvin Lewis told reporters the offensive lineman had a sprained ankle.
- The Philadelphia Eagles had a few players on the defensive side of the ball exit early against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Cornerback Aaron Grymes (shoulder) and linebacker Joe Walker (knee) left in the first half and were ruled out from returning. Safety Blake Countess was being evaluated for a head injury, and did not return.