Packers Rookie to Miss Time at Camp After Surgery

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After just spending three practises together at the spring's mandatory minicamp.

The Green Bay Packers were eager to give second-round rookie wide receiver Christian Watson more opportunities to work with Aaron Rodgers. ogether at the spring's mandatory minicamp.

Unfortunately, they will have to wait until the 2022 training camp to witness the two of them in action once more. ogether at the spring's mandatory minicamp.

Watson was placed on the Packers' physically unable to perform (PUP) list on June 22 when players began to report to the facility for this summer's camp due to a "small knee surgery," ogether at the spring's mandatory minicamp.

Most people outside the company were surprised by the move because Watson's knee surgery had not previously been reported. ogether at the spring's mandatory minicamp.

Watson's problem, however, was known to the Packers, and they ultimately concluded that treating the condition ogether at the spring's mandatory minicamp.

now rather than attempting to put it off until after his first season in 2022 was in their mutual interests. ogether at the spring's mandatory minicamp.

"It was one of those situations where we kind of had a thought process when we got out of OTAs about whether we should attempt to push through the season and conclude this after the 2022 season or just do it nowogether at the spring's mandatory minicamp.

Brian Gutekunst, general manager of the Packers, made this statement to the media on July 27 before the team's first practise of the preseason.

"And we just completed it. He will therefore miss a short period of time at camp, but nothing significant.