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Don Barclay Out for the SeasonSubmitted: 08/06/2014

Jeanine Ilacqua
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jilacqua@wjfw.com

GREEN BAY - Don Barclay will be out for the season according to a source in the Journal Sentinel. Barclay suffered a knee injury during practice on Tuesday.

Coach Mike McCarthy is quoted on Packers.com saying, "Don Barclay suffered a knee injury. It was in a blitz drill. He got himself in a bad position. He's being evaluated. We'll know more probably tonight. We'll wait to see what we're dealing with. They don't come any better than him. I just hope it's not serious."

The injury happened when tackle Barclay was blocking against undrafted rookie linebacker Adrian Hubbard. Barclay dropped and began clutching his knee.

Derek Sherrod is likely to replace Barclay.

According to the Journal Sentinel, Barclay suffered a clear tear of the ACL. There is no other injury to the right knee that could interfere with recovery.

For more information, go to packers.com.

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