Davante Adams was labeled as doubtful by the Las Vegas Raiders due to a shoulder issue, but according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the All-Pro receiver is anticipated to play on Monday night against his old team, the Green Bay Packers.

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Davante adams Injury

Adams suffered a shoulder injury during the Los Angeles Chargers game last week. After a brief break, he returned to the game and caught seven passes, but this week he didn’t practice on Thursday or Friday and had limited playing time on Saturday.

Adams appears to be in good enough shape to face his former squad in a primetime game.

In March 2022, the Packers sent Adams to the Raiders. He caught 100 receptions for 1,516 yards and 14 touchdowns last season, earning first-team All-Pro honors for the third straight year. In four games this season, Adams has 33 receptions for 397 yards and three touchdowns.

Adams and Packers cornerback Jaire Alexander, a two-time All-Pro who is anticipated to play despite a back issue on Monday night, will square off in a monumental game as a result of his availability.

Since the deal, this will be the Green Bay Packers’ first and maybe final game against Adams. Adams will be 31 in December. The Packers are only guaranteed to play the Raiders, an AFC West foe, once every four years, according to current NFL scheduling.

In the second round of the 2014 draft, the Green Bay Packers selected Adams. He became into one of the best pass catchers in the NFL. Adams wanted out of Green Bay due to a breakdown in contract negotiations, a desire to move nearer to family on the West Coast, and Aaron Rodgers’ uncertain future.

Green bay Packers’ Injury Report

 Four Important Players Return

The Green Bay Packers resumed preparing for Monday night’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders on Tuesday after their mini-bye. Here is an update on injuries.

The Green Bay Packers returned from their lengthy vacation in far better physical shape than they had been following their defeat to the Detroit Lions on Thursday night.

Elgton Jenkins, a two-time Pro Bowl left guard, returned to the field for the first time on Tuesday after missing Week 2’s game against the Atlanta Falcons due to a sprained MCL.

In place of Jenkins, Royce Newman labored through three quarters against New Orleans, and Green Bay’s offense failed to regularly win games against the Lions defensive front.

Jaire Alexander, the cornerback who has missed the previous two games with a back injury, participated in at least individual drills on Monday. This is equally significant news considering that the game against the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday night will feature a high-profile duel against former Packers WR Davante Adams. Alexander’s involvement was limited during the final two sessions of last week, it should be emphasized.

Luke Musgrave, a tight end who had one grab versus Detroit before suffering a concussion, was also back on the field.

After suffering foot and knee injuries at Detroit almost precisely 11 months prior, cornerback Eric Stokes made his professional debut. Stokes is still listed as physically unable to perform, but by returning to the practice field, he gives Green Bay a 21-day window to add him to the 53-man roster.

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Both running back Aaron Jones and receiver Christian Watson, who both played limited roles in the defeat to Detroit after recovering from hamstring ailments, participated in practice. In his first game of the year, Watson took 26 snaps, while Jones took 20 in his first action since leaving the Week 1 game at Chicago in the third quarter.

Coach Matt LaFleur expressed optimism that Jones and Watson would be able to play their usual positions against the Raiders, but said that both players needed to be handled carefully. Simply said, they are the facts.

Guard Jon Runyan, linebacker De’Vondre Campbell, and safety Rudy Ford were the three starters who did not participate in practice.

LaFleur won’t talk to media until Thursday, according to the timetable.


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