By Zach Kruse
Although Kevin King ensured reporters huddled around his locker that he wasn’t concerned about his latest shoulder injury and insisted he’ll be fine, the Green Bay Packers cornerback was, at the very least, tight-lipped about the details.
King, who needed surgery on his left shoulder after suffering a lingering injury last season and missed seven games, is now dealing with a mystery injury to his right shoulder, which caused him to miss last Thursday’s preseason opener. It’s unclear how or when the injury occurred and what his timeline is for playing in a game.
King returned to practice on Sunday but has been limited. He’s wearing a shoulder brace and says he’s on a plan to ensure the injury heals properly.
“Felt good (practicing), got moving around today. Still felt good. Trying to do more and more each day,” King said Monday.
The Packers are trying to avoid a repeat of 2017.
“It’s kind of an odd way that it happened,” coach Mike McCarthy said, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN. “Kevin’s a tough guy. My gosh, you saw what he went through last year to play in games. It was remarkable. We’ll see how he is. … We just have to get him right and hopefully not have a...