Report: Packers Robert Tonyan, Kylin Hill likely out for season with ACL injuries

GREEN BAY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The Green Bay Packers suffered two significant injuries to their roster in Thursday night's victory over the Cardinals, 24-21.

According to Jack Betcha, the agent of Packers tight end Robert Tonyan, the Packers star reportedly tore his ACL during Thursday's win in Arizona.

The Packers have not officially confirmed the news first reported by Tonyan's agent.

Tonyan has played for the Packers since 2018.

Packers rookie running back and kick returner Kylin Hill also reportedly tore his ACL Thursday night.

The injury reportedly occurred during a kickoff return attempt when Hill was hit in the legs in a major collision.

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