The Green Bay Packers promoted tight end Evan Baylis from the practice squad on Thursday as Jimmy Graham deals with a groin injury.

Graham, 32, did not practice Thursday, and his status is murky for Sunday's game at Lambeau Field against the Denver Broncos.

The 10th-year NFL veteran caught three passes for 30 yards and a touchdown in the season-opening win at Chicago, but was held without a catch on one target and 51 snaps in last Sunday's victory over Minnesota.

Baylis, undrafted in 2017 out of Oregon, played in one game that season for the Houston Texans and did not record a catch.

He played well for the Packers in the preseason, catching three passes or 23 yards and a touchdown.

"Evan Baylis had done a really, really good job," Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel at the end of August. "I love his energy with us. I think he's been, in the most respectful way, very pleasantly surprising with his versatility. He's been great at the point of attack blocking and he's made a lot of plays downfield."

Graham, a five-time Pro Bowl selection, has 614 receptions for 7,466 yards and 72 touchdowns in 139 games with the New Orleans Saints (2010-14), Seattle Seahawks (2015-17) and Packers (2018-19).