Gary's agency later tweeted he was doing well:
Green Bay's rookie defensive end was taken at No. 12 overall in April, and the hype surrounding him matched his 6'5", 277-pound frame.
"A guy that size and that speed and that athleticism, I've never seen it," Packers outside linebackers coach Mike Smith told ESPN's Rob Demovsky in May.
"I've been in the league for 11 years. You can do a lot of things with him. At Kansas City, where I was at before here, they had Dee Ford—he's small [with] great get-off—and we had Justin Houston that's a big, strong guy. You get a guy like Gary that's both of them."
Gary spent three seasons at Michigan where he appeared in 34 games for the Wolverines. His best came as a sophomore in 2017 with 13 games played, 58 total tackles and 5.5 sacks. In 2018, he only played nine games due to a shoulder injury that was flagged during the draft process:
Ian Rapoport @RapSheet
#Michigan DT Rashan Gary, one of the draft’s top defensive players, has a shoulder that was flagged, sources say. It’s a labral tear from college, and most believe he can play this season, then possibly have surgery afterward. It will likely have to be managed or harnessed, tho
Should the 21-year-old miss substantial time, the Packers' pass rush will presumably be held down by Za'Darius Smith, Preston Smith and Kyler Fackrell.