Davante Adams
WR LV (6)
Sun 11/14/21 8:10 PM

Adams caught seven passes for 78 yards on 11 targets against Seattle on Sunday.
EDGE Analysis
Adams could have done more against this vulnerable secondary, but the Packers seemed just a tad disjointed as Aaron Rodgers made his return from a one-game COVID absence. Rodgers and especially Adams should become more dangerous as the rust shakes off, and it might be Week 11 opponent Minnesota who bears the brunt of that.

Davante Adams
WR LV (6)
Sun 11/7/21 9:04 PM

Adams caught six passes for 42 yards on 14 targets against Kansas City on Sunday.
EDGE Analysis
It's not clear whether Aaron Rodgers (COVID-19) will be available for Green Bay's Week 10 game against Seattle, but it is clear that Jordan Love probably can't get Adams the ball reliably enough for Adams to maintain the dominant production he posted with Rodgers. Adams nearly had a big catch on Love's one interception -- corner L'Jarius Sneed made a great play -- and at another point Love narrowly misplaced a downfield throw after Adams easily beat the defense. It's easy to imagine a way Sunday's game could have been more fruitful for Adams, but there's no guarantee Love does better if the same situations occur in Week 10. With that said, the 14 targets is perhaps reason for optimism, because that target count made up 41.1 percent of Green Bay's targets on the day.

Davante Adams
WR LV (6)
Fri 11/5/21 4:21 PM

Adams (illness) confirmed that he'll play Sunday in Kansas City after the Packers reinstated him from the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
EDGE Analysis
After testing positive for the virus Oct. 25 and sitting out the Packers' Week 8 win over the Cardinals, Adams cleared all health and safety protocols Thursday and rejoined the team for practice, though he appeared to be mostly limited to conditioning work, per Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. Adams was likely able to ramp up his activity Friday, and he expressed confidence that he'll be good to go Sunday, even though he experienced headaches and body chills while he battled the virus. While the star wideout looks like a strong fantasy option Week 9 against a hapless Chiefs pass defense, Adams' outlook is less bright than usual with Jordan Love stepping in under first center for his first NFL start in place of Aaron Rodgers (illness), who is ineligible to play this week after testing positive for the virus Wednesday.

Davante Adams
WR LV (6)
Thu 11/4/21 5:26 PM

The Packers activated Adams (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, per the NFL's transaction log.
EDGE Analysis
Adams has spent the past week and a half on the COVID list after a positive test for the virus, which forced him to miss last Thursday's win at Arizona. A residual effect was Allen Lazard sitting out, too, as a close contact of Adams, but now both wide receivers are back on the active roster. The Packers also designated Marquez Valdes-Scantling (hamstring) to return from IR this week, so the position group could be entirely intact if the team activates him for Sunday's game in Kansas City. But Adams and company will be working with Jordan Love under center after Aaron Rodgers' own bout with COVID-19.

Davante Adams
WR LV (6)
Thu 11/4/21 1:28 PM

Adams (illness) returned to the Packers' facility Thursday, with head coach Matt LaFleur noting that he's "hopeful" that the wideout will be able to play Sunday against Kansas City, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
EDGE Analysis
Per the report, there are still some COVID-19 protocols that Adams -- who missed the team's Week 8 win over the Cardinals -- has to pass through before he can be cleared to play this weekend. If that happens, Adams' looming return would be a big boost to the Packers offense, which will be helmed Sunday by quarterback Jordan Love, with starter Aaron Rodgers (illness) on the reserve/COVID-19 list and unavailable to play.

Davante Adams
WR LV (6)
Mon 11/1/21 1:52 PM

Adams (illness) is expected to return to practice Thursday, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
EDGE Analysis
Adams wasn't present for Monday's session because he remains on the reserve/COVID-19 list after testing positive for the virus. However, if he's able to get back on the field Thursday, the 28-year-old would have two days to practice ahead of Sunday's Week 9 matchup against Kansas City.

Davante Adams
WR LV (6)
Mon 11/1/21 1:17 PM

Adams (illness) wasn't at practice Monday, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
EDGE Analysis
Adams was unavailable for Thursday's win over the Cardinals after he tested positive for COVID-19, and he remains off the practice field Monday. The 28-year-old will need to submit a pair of negative tests before he's eligible to return from the reserve/COVID-19 list. His next chance to return to game action will be Sunday against Kansas City.

Davante Adams
WR LV (6)
Thu 10/28/21 12:48 PM

Adams (illness) didn't clear the NFL's COVID-19 health and safety protocols Thursday morning and won't be activated ahead of the Packers' Week 8 game in Arizona, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
EDGE Analysis
After Adams was revealed Monday to have tested positive for the virus, his status as a vaccinated player still gave him a slim chance to clear the protocol prior to Thursday's 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff. Adams' odds of playing took another hit when he didn't fly with the team to Arizona on Wednesday, but he could have arranged private travel Thursday if he submitted a second negative COVID-19 test result 24 hours after the first negative test. Evidently, Adams wasn't able to do that, leaving the Packers without their top receiver in Week 8, as well as No. 2 wideout Allen Lazard, who is also on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Meanwhile, fellow wideout Marquez Valdes-Scantling (hamstring) hasn't been ruled out from making his return from injured reserve Thursday, though he would likely be available for only a limited role after not practicing this week. With that in mind, the Packers look poised to head into Thursday with receivers Randall Cobb and Equanimeous St. Brown, tight end Robert Tonyan and running back Aaron Jones as QB Aaron Rodgers' top pass-catching options.

Davante Adams
WR LV (6)
Wed 10/27/21 2:27 PM

Adams (illness) won't travel with the Packers to Arizona for Thursday's game against the Cardinals and is expected to remain on the reserve/COVID-19 list this week, Steve Wyche of NFL Network reports.
EDGE Analysis
Adams never appeared likely to play Thursday after testing positive for the virus at the beginning of a short week. Allen Lazard has been deemed a close contact and also expected to miss the game, leaving Randall Cobb, Equanimeous St. Brown, Amari Rodgers and Malik Taylor as the four wide receivers on Green Bay's active roster. Marquez Valdez-Scantling (hamstring) is eligible to be activated from injured reserve, while Chris Blair and Juwann Winfree are options from the practice squad.

Davante Adams
WR LV (6)
Mon 10/25/21 4:52 PM

Adams said earlier this season that he is vaccinated, which means his placement on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday is due to a positive test result. The wideout will need to test negative twice 24 hours apart before being activated, which is unlikely to happen before Thursday's game at Arizona, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
EDGE Analysis
It's a tough break for Adams and the Packers on a short week of preparation, and he's now expected to miss his first game of the season. The 28-year-old would need to produce two negative tests by Wednesday to travel with the team to Arizona, while if a second negative test came Thursday he'd need to travel separately. However, Adams is likely to be out of the picture against the Cardinals, so Allen Lazard, Randall Cobb and Robert Tonyan should be more involved in the passing game. Marquez Valdes-Scantling (hamstring) is also a candidate to return from injured reserve this week.