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Damarious Randall Injury: Packers CB carted to locker room with cramps

The third-year corner is questionable to return.

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The Green Bay Packers’ defense will need to toughen up in the fourth quarter against the Seattle Seahawks, as they will likely be missing one of the key members of their secondary.

Damarious Randall, one of the Packers’ starting outside cornerbacks, went to the locker room on a cart during the break between the third and fourth quarters. Randall was reportedly taken out with cramps, according to the team, and he is questionable to return to the game.

The Packers brought rookie second-round pick Kevin King in for Randall, and they were able to force a three-and-out and get off the field, with some help from a drop by Jimmy Graham on third down.

The Packers also will be missing outside linebacker Ahmad Brooks for the rest of the game, as he was ruled out for the remainder of the game. The team confirmed that Brooks has a concussion, and he will need to go through the league’s concussion protocol before returning to practice.

UPDATE: Randall returned to the field on the Seahawks’ next drive at about the eight-minute mark of the fourth quarter, playing on the boundary on the right side. He gave up an early 28-yard gain to Paul Richardson on that series.