Packers RB Johnathan Franklin's neck injury is career ending.
Speaking Thursday, Packers coach Mike McCarthy said second-year RB Johnathan Franklin (neck) will "not be back with us."
ESPN Packers reporter Rob Demovsky reports the team is "worried" second-year RB Johnathan Franklin's neck injury may be career-threatening.
Packers RB Johnathan Franklin (neck) is not participating in OTAs.
Packers RB Johnathan Franklin is still recovering from the neck injury that ended his rookie season.
Packers GM Ted Thompson insisted fourth-round RB Johnathan Franklin's rookie year wasn't "a disappointment at all."
Packers placed RB Johnathan Franklin on injured reserve with a concussion, ending his season.
Johnathan Franklin (concussion, neck) did not practice Monday.
Packers RB/KR Johnathan Franklin was forced from the Week 12 game against the Vikings with a possible concussion.
Johnathan Franklin rushed twice for six yards in the Packers' Week 7 win over the Browns.
Johnathan Franklin lost three yards on his lone carry in Green Bay's Week 6 win over the Ravens, adding one catch for seven yards.
Johnathan Franklin didn't see another backfield snap after a second-quarter fumble in Sunday's win over the Lions.
Johnathan Franklin rushed three times for just one yard in Green Bay's Week 5 win over the Lions.
Johnathan Franklin (foot) is listed as probable for Week 5 versus Detroit.