Green Bay, Wi (WSAU) Green Bay Packer reciever Donald Driver will be questionable this week, after he suffered a new quadriceps injury in the win over New York. Coach Mike McCarthy said yesterday that Driver has two seperate injuries to his quad-including a bruise and a strain on top of that. It's possible the Packers will sit Driver for Sunday night's home game with Dallas. That's because Green Bay has it's bye the following week and Driver could get an extra week to recover.
McCarthy also said cornerback and kickreturner Pat Lee could miss the Dallas game with a sprained ankle suffered Sunday. That would leave Jordy Nelson as the return man on kickoffs-but the Packers may not want to use him, since he'll be needed to help cover Driver's spot at wide reciever. . McCarthy said the staff would discuss their return options during the week. Also, the coach said that Aaron Rodgers would not miss any time with his sprained ankle. Tight End Andrew Quarless is undergoing tests on a strained shoulder.