Davante Adams out of hospital

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Packers wide receiver Davante Adams spent the night in the hospital after taking a blow to the head in Thursday night’s victory over the Bears and being diagnosed with a concussion.

Adams appears to have avoided any other injuries as a result of the helmet-to-helmet shot from Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan. He went on social media Friday to thank people for their concern and let them know that he was out of the hospital.

Adams will need to clear the concussion protocol before he’s cleared to return to action and there’s no predicting how long that will take, but the lack of other serious injuries is a positive outcome given the severity of the hit he took on Thursday night.

15 responses to “Davante Adams out of hospital

  1. Great news! Thank Goodness he didn’t suffer a far more serious injury. I have a son who is a C-6 incomplete quadriplegic from a car accident which happened when he was 25 years old, leaving him paralyzed from his chest down. I never, ever want to see this happen to any players in the NFL or anyone else. It is life changing for the person it happens to and everyone around them.

  2. It was a totally unnecessary and dirty head shot. Glad he’s ok. I’ve enjoyed watching Adam’s since his days catching passes from Carr at Fresno State. Wish him the best, except when he plays the Vikings of course.

  3. Great news! Thank Goodness he didn’t suffer a far more serious injury. I have a son who is a C-6 incomplete quadriplegic from a car accident which happened when he was 25 years old, leaving him paralyzed from his chest down. I never, ever want to see this happen to any players in the NFL or anyone else. It is life changing for the person it happens to and everyone around them.

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    Why in the world would anybody ever give a thumbs down to this post is beyond me. Whoever did,must really have a God awful life and I hope it gets better for you – or you deserve everything bad that comes your way. My prayers are for you and your family, nyneal.

  4. eaststsfb says:
    September 29, 2017 at 1:59 pm
    Great news! Thank Goodness he didn’t suffer a far more serious injury. I have a son who is a C-6 incomplete quadriplegic from a car accident which happened when he was 25 years old, leaving him paralyzed from his chest down. I never, ever want to see this happen to any players in the NFL or anyone else. It is life changing for the person it happens to and everyone around them.

    46 1 Rate This
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    Why in the world would anybody ever give a thumbs down to this post is beyond me. Whoever did,must really have a God awful life and I hope it gets better for you – or you deserve everything bad that comes your way. My prayers are for you and your family, nyneal.
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    I hadn’t intended to but after I read your post I gave both his and yours thumbs downs. I think my life is pretty good though

  5. Good to hear that he’s okay. I punked Trevathan when he was in college at Kentucky. I was visiting my sister there and we were at a bar when this clown walked in like he owned the place and thought he was going to “whoop on everyone” for not giving him respect. Him 6’1 230 lbs and me 6’9 300 lbs I put him in his place very quickly.

  6. I dislike the packers as a whole, but I’m glad to hear the kid is alright. That was an ugly hit that should warrant an automatic ejection. After the competition committee looks at it this offseason, they will place in a new rule. Incidents like this create change.

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