The Packers experienced a few moments of uneasiness Wednesday when wide receiver Terry Glenn tumbled awkwardly to the ground while trying to catch a pass during the morning practice.
Having twisted his left knee, Glenn stayed on the ground while being examined by the Packers' medical staff before walking off the practice field under his own power.
Although held out of the remainder of practice as a precaution, there was no early indication of significant injury. In fact, GM/Head Coach Mike Sherman even managed to chuckle during his update of Glenn's status.
"A little scare there," Sherman admitted. "(Glenn) got bent over backwards and I think we were more scared than anything, I know he was. He's going to be fine. He wanted to go back (into practice, but I) just kind of held him out. He's going to be fine."
Earlier this training camp, Glenn was sidelined briefly with a hyperextended right knee. There was no word on whether he would be withheld from Thursday's practices.