Report: No structural damage to Packers tackle Bryan Bulaga's knee

The Green Bay Packers' strong-side pass protector for Aaron Rodgers may be able to play Sunday after having to depart in Sunday night's loss against New England with a knee injury, according to a report.

Ian Rapoport of said that, according to a source, "his knee is going to be fine."

Rapoport says Bulaga did not suffer any "structural" damage, and he may be able to play against the Miami Dolphins (12 p.m. broadcast on WTMJ and your desktop computer).

This season, Bulaga has missed game time due to both knee and back injuries.

In other injury news, however, the odds are against cornerback Kevin King playing. Coach Mike McCarthy said King's hamstring injury makes him "hard-pressed" to be able to see action against Miami.