Green Bay Packers safety Darnell Savage suffered a hamstring injury during the team’s Family Night Scrimmage at Lambeau Field on Friday night.
Savage was injured during a one-on-one drill. He told Bill Huber of SI.com that he felt some tightness in the hamstring while running and decided to shut it down for the night.
“I don’t think it’s a concern,” Savage said.
Coach Matt LaFleur didn’t seem particularly concerned either, although he did say he’s unhappy with the conditioning level of his team.
Savage is a starter next to Adrian Amos at safety, where the Packers lack depth and cannot afford a long-term injury. Vernon Scott replaced Savage on Friday night.
The Packers don’t play a regular season game for over a month, so Savage has plenty of time to get healed before Green Bay faces Minnesota in the opener.
Story originally appeared on Packers Wire