Packers’ Quay Walker ejected for second time this season after pushing a member of the Lions training staff. Twitter sounds off.

It was deja vu, all over again.

But not the kind of film clip any player wants repeated.

For the second time this season, Packers rookie linebacker Quay Walker shoved an opponent who wasn’t even playing. It happened against the Buffalo Bills earlier this season.

And for the second time, he was ejected from the game.

With 7:55 left to play Sunday night and the Packers needing a defensive stop to force a field goal, Lions quarterback Jared Goff threw a short pass to DeAndre Swift for 2 yards. Swift appeared to be hit in the head and was injured on the play. As the training staff approached Swift, Walker inexplicably pushed a member of the Lions medical team in the back.

He was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct and ejected from the game.

Saying it’s a rookie mistake at this point, would be an understatement.

Lions running back Jamaal Williams scored on a 1-yard touchdown run shortly after that penalty as the Lions took a 20-16 lead.

Social media obviously had plenty to say about Walker’s massive mistake.

Walker wasn’t the only Packers player who helped the Lions add to the scoreboard. Defensive back Rasual Douglas made contact with the football before a Lions field goal try with 2 seconds left in the second quarter and was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct.

It moved the kick 15 yards closer and helped cut the Packers lead at halftime to 9-6.