Injury Bug Hits Green Bay Packers Head Coach
We all know of way to many stories of guys getting injured in off season workouts in the NFL and in some cases they can have their season end before it even begins.
Guys will blow out knees, break bones, mess up ankles, get concussions or even tear achilles.
This time, the injury bug in OTA's didn't hit a player, but a coach.
Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LeFleur tore his achilles last week.
In his first year with the team, LeFleur has been very hands on in OTA's according to reports, leading many to believe that he suffered the injury doing that.
That however was not the case.
LeFleur apparently tore his achilles during a very highly competitive pick up basketball game at the team facility.
According to ESPN's Rob Demovsky, he was advised to have it repaired as quick as possible and LeFleur has opted for surgery on Sunday.
Hopefully for Packers fans, the injury bug wont bite anymore coaches and will stay away from the players as well.