Packers’ Davante Adams Forced To Leave Game After Getting Laid Out By Vicious Blindside Block
On Sunday Packers wide receiver Davante Adams was forced to leave the game after he got laid out by a brutal blindside block from Panther’s Thomas Davis.
Update: Adams was seen flipping off Panthers fans on his way to the locker room.
This is the second time this YEAR Adams was forced to leave a game after taking a brutal hit.
Ealier in the NFL season the Packers wide receiver was forced to leave his week 4 game against the Bears on a stretcher after Danny Trevathan laid him out with a brutal helmet-to-helmet hit.
Adams left the game on a stretcher and was taken to a hospital. Soon after, the Packers announced that Adams had movement in his extremities. Adams revealed a day later that he had been released from the hospital and was “feeling great.” After the game, Trevathan defended the hit, saying it wasn’t dirty. He also said that he’d reach out to Adams to make sure he was OK.
The NFL will surely look at Davis’s hit considering Just a few weeks ago Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster was suspended for a similar hit to the one Davis delivered on Adams on Sunday,
As for Adams, he was able to get op on his accord but looked dazed as he walking to the sidelines.