Green Bay Packers left tackle Bryan Bulaga has reportedly torn his anterior cruciate ligament in his knee. Bulaga tore his ACL during Saturday night's Family Night Scrimmage while he was playing for the first team offense. Pro Football Talk.com Mike Florio reported the season ending injury for the former Iowa standout.

Last year, Bulaga had a season-ending hip injury on November 4 against Arizona. In the offseason, Bulaga was moving from the right side to the left side.

Packers head coach Mike McCarthy will further address Bulaga's injury at the team's press conference on Monday afternoon.

In other Packers news, Green Bay will bring in Vince Young for a workout on Monday. Green Bay's current backup quarterbacks under Aaron Rodgers are Graham Harrell and B.J. Coleman.

Young is 31-19 as an NFL starter with 8,964 passing yards, 46 touchdowns and 51 interceptions. On the ground, Young has 1,459 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns.