Friday PM update: Davante Adams will play agains the Buccaneers after being removed from the injury list, per ESPN’s Field Yates. He doesn’t get a great matchup, but he is always a must start and he should truly be healthy.
Thursday update: Adams was back at practice again on Thursday, remaining a full participant. Look for him to come off the final injury list and be good to go this Sunday against the Bucs.
Davante Adams says his hamstring is back to 100 percent. He understands #Packers being patient, but he's made it clear he's ready to play: "I feel like we've given it ample time. ... We'll wait for the call."— Ryan Wood (@ByRyanWood) October 14, 2020
The Green Bay Packers are through their bye week and returned to practice on Monday. They are facing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 6, and quarterback Aaron Rodgers could be getting a key weapon back. Wide receiver Davante Adams was back at practice on Monday, according to Rob Demovsky.
Adams has missed the Packers last two games with a hamstring strain. He suffered the injury early in Week 2, and while he tried to gut it out, he sat much of the second half. In Week 1, Adams caught 14 passes for 156 yards and two touchdowns in the Packers win over the Vikings. He had three receptions for 36 yards in his injury-shortened Week 2 appearance against the Lions.
The Packers do not have to provide a formal injury report until after their Wednesday practice. At that point, they’ll announce Adams as either DNP, limited, or full and we can start to better assess his availability for Week 6 against the Bucs.