Green Bay Packers linebacker Frank Zombo, right, wraps up St. Louis Rams' Steven Jackson during the fourth quarter of Sunday's game at Lambeau Field.
The Green Bay Packers couldn't have been much more pleased with how the rotation worked at right outside linebacker last Sunday against St. Louis.
In his first regular-season action of the season, Frank Zombo alternated series with Erik Walden, and the two combined for nine tackles and a quarterback hit.
Just as quickly as it began, the platoon system was back on hold because of another injury to Zombo. He missed the first five games of the season because of the broken scapula he sustained on Aug. 19, and he already has been ruled out of Sunday's game at Minnesota because he hyper-extended a knee ...