Report: Davante Adams toe injury not believed to be serious

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Packers wide receiver Davante Adams had a big Thursday night marred by both a loss to the Eagles and an injury in the fourth quarter.

Adams had 10 catches for 180 yards before suffering what he called a turf toe injury after the game. Head coach Matt LaFleur said at a Friday press conference that the team would have a better idea where things stand after the weekend and it appears the first bit of news is positive for the wideout.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Adams had an MRI Friday and that the injury is not believed to be serious.

That does not rule out the possibility that Adams will miss some time as a result of the injury. The Packers will be back in action against the Cowboys in Dallas on October 6.

17 responses to “Report: Davante Adams toe injury not believed to be serious

  1. With the 12th pick in the Green Bay Packer select Hollywood Brown Oklahoma. On no wait they didn’t and now they only have 1 real receiver and now he stubbed his toe. These are brutal injuries. The defense better step it up if Tae misses some time.

  2. He mysteriously disappeared on a fake injury so the Packers were ordered to lose the game. Nobody just goes out the game and stands on the sideline when you’re made a big impact in the game earlier.

  3. Rodgers 3 picks the past 2 seasons all came on deflections. Davante is the only guy who can catch a damn ball!

  4. Liberalsruineverything says:
    September 24, 2019 at 5:00 pm
    h0metownzero says:
    September 24, 2019 at 4:08 pm
    Delicate Dalvin is next to go down.

    Keep talking, Karma is listening.

    Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

  5. Great news! LaFleur said they will know more about where they are at on the injuries next week. Give the players a nice break for the weekend and get back at it Monday.

    Brew Crew in playoffs! Badger football rolling in MadTown tomorrow.

    About to spark the Broil King and throw some fat Porterhouse Steaks on. So good to be great!




  6. Seriously for those who thumbs down my comment earlier, please consider giving me a thumbs up for this one. Take another closer look at Davante Adams standing on the sidelines with no medical trainer or any staff by him. He’s hurt. Okay so then go get treatment, ice it, or go to the back of the lockers. But why is he standing there being useless with his helmet still on and shows no ailment? That’s right! He probably would’ve helped tie the game if he was playing in the Red Zone with 1st and goal. Look at how nonchalantly Rodgers flips the ball and throwing to coverage on the 4th down.

  7. Turf toe is no joke. Adams is going to have this for the rest of the year. He won’t get enough rest with 13 games left to heal it.

  8. Okay, if you’re gonna down my votes, then please explain Adams’ actions for standing on the sidelines on his 2 feet while his team were in desperate need of him. Game was on the line and he probably had a few good routes in him last night if he “really wanted to” but the call was already made so no use for him to go back out there, if he was really injured.

  9. tahnoonzee says:
    September 28, 2019 at 12:33 pm
    No counter argument and that’s what I expected. I know I’m right!



  10. tahnoonzee says:
    September 28, 2019 at 12:33 pm

    No counter argument and that’s what I expected. I know I’m right!


    Dunning-Kruger effect

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