LB - FA
Week 5 Outlook
The Packers placed linebacker Nick Perry (knee) on injured reserve Saturday. His season is over.
Perry sat out Week 11 against the Seahawks and won’t be returning this season. He finishes with 24 tackles and 1.5 sacks in nine games. Kyler Fackrell, who leads the team with eight sacks, will start in his absence. Fackrell is one to watch in IDP with the additional opportunity.
Nick Perry recoded four total tackles (two solo) in the Packers' loss to the Los Angeles Rams.
Perry had his best game since Week 3, but that isn't saying much as the veteran has been extremely underwhelming thus far this season. Perry is best left on waivers.
Nick Perry recorded three total tackles (two solo) before exiting with an ankle injury in the Packers' loss to the Detroit Lions.
Perry, who has already had a disappointing start to 2018, suffered an ankle injury in the fourth quarter in the Packers' game against the Lions. Kyler Fackrell will continue to play in Perry's absence if the veteran were to miss additional time.
Nick Perry recorded seven total tackles(four solo) in the Packers' loss to the Redskins before leaving with a possible head injury.
The extent of Perry's injury is currently unclear, though the 28-year-old skipped the medical tent and went straight to the locker room. Kyler Fackrell, who played the game out in Perry's place, will likely be the go-to if Perry were to miss time.
Nick Perry recorded five total tackles (four solo) and a sack in the Packers' win over the Bears.
Perry, who has 18 sacks in his last two seasons in Green Bay, started the 2018 season on the right foot with his first sack of the season. Next up for Perry is the Minnesota Vikings at home in Week 2.