Davante Adams listed as doubtful

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Packers wide receiver Davante Adams is set to miss his third straight game.

Adams said that his toe was feeling better this week than it has over the past couple of weeks, but added that “it’s not fully healed yet” and it appears all involved will wait until it is at least a little closer before Adams rejoins the lineup.

Adams was listed as doubtful on the Packers’ final injury report of the week. That will leave Geronimo Allison, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Jake Kumerow and Allen Lazard as their top receiving options against the Chiefs.

The Packers listed safety Darnell Savage (ankle) and center Corey Linley (back) as questionable to play this weekend. Tight end Robert Tonyan (hip) joins Adams in the doubtful category.

10 responses to “Davante Adams listed as doubtful

  1. Was hoping Tonyan would make it back, but having Savage back will be crucial. Time for the DL to have a good game and put some pressure on their QB with a few sacks.

  2. The refs are already accepting money for flags to be thrown on every pass attempt for this other NFL favored team diva.

    Two of the Packers divisional wins are severely questionable and they clearly had help from the refs. So before you nutjob Packer fans get all worked up and defensive. Remember that you will go down in history with that in the books.

  3. You don’t need to be intelligent to know that the Packers get more help from the refs and the NFL in general (ie scheduling) than any other team. It’s only “totally false and preposterous” in Packer fan’s minds, obviously!

    Strange thing is they only have one Superbowl with Rodgers…..

  4. This is a step-up from OUT on the Friday report the last couple weeks. Could be that they want to test him in pre-game Sunday Night and make a decision then. Davante ran a little bit while catching passes early in practice before going inside The Hutson Center to work with trainers. He wasn’t running full speed, but all looked good.

    Doubtful isn’t normally a positive, but it is here. It tells me that he is possibly playing Sunday night and it also tells me that he is LIKELY to play next week vs. the Chargers.👍


  5. Rodgers has been making highlight reels with a depth of no-name players. Lazard said it best when asked how to get on the same page with Rodgers; “If he tells you to do something……do it.”

    You won’t see Packer receivers threatening to quit for more targets.

  6. Dang, I don’t get it. On a thread last night involving the TNF game, 98% of the comments were in regards to Haskins’ poor play and maybe 2% were possible Packers fan. Yet someone tried to say the Packer fans were jealous. On this Packers article, there is a tremendous number of derogatory statements towards the Packers and their players. As a neutral fan, I’m starting to see a trend as who is picking these “comment fights.” Why is it so difficult to just appreciate good football?

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