Davante Adams returns to practice for Packers

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Four weeks and six days after injuring a toe against the Eagles on a Thursday night in late September, Packers receiver Davante Adams has returned to practice.

Adams participated in practice on a limited basis on Wednesday. He had not practiced since suffering turf toe late in a Week Four loss to Philadelphia.

The Packers have gone 4-0 without him, with quarterback (and MVP candidate) Aaron Rodgers relying on other pass-catchers in Adams’ absence. His return would undoubtedly boost the offense.

A whopping 22 Packers appeared on Wednesay’s injury report, but none of the injured players missed practice entirely. Rodgers was once again limited with a knee injury. Running back Aaron Jones (shoulder), tight end Jimmy Graham (ankle), and receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling (ankle, knee) were among the players limited in practice.

The Packers visit the Chargers on Sunday, in what inevitably will be Lambeau Field West.

17 responses to “Davante Adams returns to practice for Packers

  1. Should be moving to 6-3 at best maybe even 5-4, if the refs and the league didn’t cheat for you.

  2. Some players said it gave them a boost just to have Davante back out there at practice. That will be amplified if Tae is able to play Sunday in Carson, California. It looks likely he will play if there is no setback the next 2 practice days.🤞

    The Packers are not looking past the Chargers and neither am I. Phillip Rivers is still one of the best QB’s in this league and the Chargers are overall a very good team. Before the season most had the Chargers challenging the Chiefs for the AFC West and I still think they are capable of doing that. Should be a good one Sunday at 3:25 CST.

    💀🕸😱Happy Halloween🎃🕷👻

    #GoPackGo!🏈

  3. Good to hear. With him and Theilen back the run to the end is going to be fun. Skol
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    I can’t believe we’re already talking about runs to the end and playoffs. Seems like the season just started! Can’t believe we’re already at the half way point…

  4. Should be moving to 6-3 at best maybe even 5-4, if the refs and the league didn’t cheat for you.
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    One team benefits from every bad call ever made. We had two. Get over it already. It’s not like the refs have been spot on with the other games. It’s a systemic issue and nothing to do with the Packers. Last week the Chiefs got a free td because of a questionable call on Williams…

  5. purpleppleater84 says:
    October 30, 2019 at 10:54 pm
    Should be moving to 6-3 at best maybe even 5-4, if the refs and the league didn’t cheat for you.
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    will you guys get over it already? How old are you? You’re like whining children about things not being fair who can’t accept it when their parents tell them, that’s life, things happen.

    And do the math, even if the OPI wasn’t called against the vikings the vikings STILL lose that game. The vikings didn’t lose because of the refs, they lost because their quarterback threw a terrible interception and their playcaller didn’t keep pounding the ball when he was marching down the field.

    And the packers had some bad calls that could have cost them the game in the eagles game but I don’t see ANY packers fans dwelling on it or any vikings fans acknowledging it–all I see are vikings fans ignoring it with the ridiculous belief that the nfl is fixed. And notice I say COULD have cost them the game, because real fans know that calls are a part of the game and part of the game is overcoming calls that don’t go your way. Grow up and learn to accept this if you want to be a football fan.

  6. And do the math, even if the OPI wasn’t called against the vikings the vikings STILL lose that game. The vikings didn’t lose because of the refs, they lost because their quarterback threw a terrible interception and their playcaller didn’t keep pounding the ball when he was marching down the field.

    And the packers had some bad calls that could have cost them the game in the eagles game but I don’t see ANY packers fans dwelling on it or any vikings fans acknowledging it–all I see are vikings fans ignoring it with the ridiculous belief that the nfl is fixed. And notice I say COULD have cost them the game, because real fans know that calls are a part of the game and part of the game is overcoming calls that don’t go your way. Grow up and learn to accept this if you want to be a football fan.
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    Funny how you make no mention of the Lions game! You know the one, where the whole country saw the Lions get hosed.

  7. pkrlvr says:
    October 31, 2019 at 9:53 am

    I can’t believe we’re already talking about runs to the end and playoffs. Seems like the season just started! Can’t believe we’re already at the half way point…
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    You guys have been talking about the playoffs ever since you won the offseason championship.

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