As we’ve learned, if you haven’t had a lot of concussions, then it’s easier to recover from a concussion. Green Bay Packers receiver Davante Adams will apparently play despite being concussed last week on one of the most brutal hits we’ve seen.
Adams is traveling with the Packers to Dallas and has cleared concussion protocol, according to Demovsky.
Adams left the game on a stretcher last week against the Chicago Bears after being hit helmet-to-helmet by Danny Trevathan. He was essentially stopped during the play when hit by the Bears linebacker. Afterwards, he was motionless on the ground and teammates were motioning for help.
Surely, since the Packers played on Thursday last week, the extra time helped Adams’ recovery.
Against the Cowboys, it will be great to have as many of our guys healthy and on the field as possible.