Mark Murphy: Davante Adams will be a member of the Packers’ Hall of Fame

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Packers President Mark Murphy says there are no hard feelings in Green Bay toward Davante Adams, the receiver who was traded to the Raiders in March.

Murphy said at the Packers’ shareholders’ meeting today that he appreciates the way Adams handled his departure, and that Adams should be a Packers Hall of Famer some day.

“I have tremendous respect for Davante,” Murphy said. “Obviously he was a great player for us, and as fine a person as you’ll ever see in the game. The way he handled this entire situation was really outstanding, and I am very confident that he will come back and he will be a member of our Hall of Fame.”

The Packers fans in attendance applauded that sentiment, showing that Adams remains popular in Green Bay, even after he decided to leave for greener pastures.

7 responses to “Mark Murphy: Davante Adams will be a member of the Packers’ Hall of Fame

  1. As if there was any doubt?

    2nd in receptions and receiving tds
    4th in receiving yards

  2. Three more seasons with Aaron Rodgers-fed production and he might have made the NFL Hall of Fame.

  3. This is the obligatory statement, not news. There has been no doubt of this for quite some time. Even as a Packer fan I have to acknowledge the bar isn’t very high for former Packers to be in the PHOF. Adams, is a no-brainer.

  4. There is no greater honor in football than to be inducted to the Packers HOF.

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