Packers WR Jennings suffers sprained left knee vs. Raiders

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings will undergo further testing after suffering a sprained left knee in Sunday's 46-16 win over the Oakland Raiders.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy said after the game he didn't have a feel yet over the severity of the injury and that Jennings will undergo an MRI exam on Monday, according to NFL Network's Albert Breer. Jennings didn't return to the game after he was carted off the sideline during the third quarter.

Jennings was injured when he was tackled at the end of an 8-yard reception on the team's first drive of the third quarter. He was brought to the trainer's table on the sideline and was clearly in pain, spending much of the time with a towel over his head as trainers checked his leg.

McCarthy also said defensive end Ryan Pickett and running back Brandon Saine sustained concussions.

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