Davante Adams limited in practice, Randall Cobb sits out

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A couple of Packers wide receivers joined quarterback Aaron Rodgers on the team’s injury report Wednesday.

Davante Adams was listed as a limited participant due to a hamstring injury and Randall Cobb didn’t practice at all because of a core muscle injury. Adams has been listed with shoulder and ankle injuries in recent weeks, but he’s been on the field for games. Cobb hasn’t missed a game yet this season.

Rodgers didn’t practice because of his toe injury. Kurt Benkert took the first-team reps with Jordan Love on the COVID-19 reserve list.

Left tackle David Bakhtiari (knee) remains out of action while cornerback Kevin King (hip, knee) and wide receiver Malik Taylor (abdomen) were limited participants.

8 responses to “Davante Adams limited in practice, Randall Cobb sits out

  1. Sure seems this season is even worse than last year for injuries, especially to key players. Now it appears to be a big post holiday upswing in covid.

  2. IDK… The Bears always give the Pack a fight. And don’t forget about the “I own you” comment from AR that might be a little extra motivation for Bears players.

  3. So the receivers are starting to figure if Rodgers doesn’t need to practice, why should they?

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