The Green Bay Packers offense has suffered a major injury, kind of. According to NFL Insider Michael Silver, Packers coach Matt LaFleur tore his Achilles tendon playing a knockout game on Wednesday night at Lambeau Field and has scheduled his surgery for Sunday.

LaFleur is expected to coach from a cart during OTAs and his recovery, which shouldn’t cause too much of an issue but could be frustrating at times for LaFleur.

LaFleur has only been with the team a few months, but he has really seemed to give some hope to the team, especially on the offensive side.

Davante Adams joined the Jim Rome Show (via Packers Wire) and talked about how excited he is for the new look offense with the weapons the team has.

“A lot of big play potential. Obviously with the guys we have, the quarterback we have, the running backs we have, just all around, the tight ends, we have some special players. To be in a system where we’re exposed to a lot of different things where we can get the ball in space. I see a lot of potential in that in these coming years.”

One of the big keys for the offense is going to be keeping everyone healthy, something that hasn’t always been the case for the last few years. The offseason is off to a bad start in terms of injuries with LaFleur, but if this is the worst injury the team suffers all the year, they will be in very good shape to make another run back to the playoffs.