Davante Adams remains out of practice Thursday; Kenny Clark limited

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Packers receiver Davante Adams said Wednesday his hamstring was better, but he was uncertain about his status for Sunday.

It would seem that it remains that way a day later.

Adams did not practice again Thursday.

He played 38 of 73 snaps before his injury, catching three passes for 36 yards.

Defensive lineman Kenny Clark (groin) practiced for the first time since his injury in Week One. He was limited after missing Wednesday’s work.

Clark was inactive in Week Two.

Tight end Josiah Deguara (ankle) went from limited Wednesday to missing practice Thursday. Tight end Marcedes Lewis (rest) and punter JK Scott (personal) missed practice but for non-injury reasons.

Linebacker Randy Ramsey (groin) remained limited.

Defensive lineman Montravius Adams (toe) was a full participant after being limited Wednesday.

7 responses to “Davante Adams remains out of practice Thursday; Kenny Clark limited

  1. Longtimepackerfan says:
    September 24, 2020 at 5:54 pm
    The Packers can always play that WR they drafted in the first round if Adams is out….oh wait.

    …….like the invisible receiver the Vikings selected in the first round?

  2. What is with this guy Davante? He is always hurt or nursing some type of injury – great player when he can stay healthy. Hamstrings stay with you all year – they just don’t’ go away they heal with rest and last I looked the season is only 2 games old. Out of all the Green Bay WRs he has the most dependable hands. Be interesting come Sunday night – in a marathon not a sprint.

  3. This is the way it always starts. A slight hamstring injury for a player who constantly has battled soft tissue issues and things start to spiral from there. Looking forward to watching this year’s team implosion. Last year it was the 9ers who tore them apart multiple times exposing the frauds. I don’t think we will have to wait as long this year before this team crumbles.

  4. Funny the Vikings fans talking trash at WR, after trading an All-Pro for a duplicate slot WR who hasn’t even cracked the starting roster. At least you got a few 4th and 7th rounders.

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