Packers WR Davante Adams told reporters on Thursday night he was dealing with turf toe.

By Khadrice Rollins
September 27, 2019

Packers wide receiver Davante Adams is not believed to have a "serious" toe injury despite leaving Thursday's loss to the Eagles in the fourth quarter, the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.

According to Rapoport, Adams had an MRI on Friday, and Green Bay plans to be "careful" with him. If Adams misses time, it will reportedly "not be much."

After Thursday night's game, the two-time Pro Bowler told reporters he was dealing with turf toe. According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, Adams said the injury was so painful he didn't want to try to put on shoes.

Adams had one of the greatest performances of his career while tearing up the Philadelphia secondary, racking up more than 100 yards in the first quarter. He finished the game with 10 catches for 180 yards but was not on the field for Green Bay's two goal-line opportunities in the final frame.

His final catch was on a third down to help set up the Packers with their first goal-to-go situation in the fourth quarter with a chance to tie it. Green Bay eventually turned the ball over on downs with Adams on the sideline. On Green Bay's final drive, Aaron Rodgers threw his first interception of the season at the goal line.

Along with Adams, the Packers also lost running back Jamaal Williams during the game.

With the loss to the Eagles, the Packers moved to 3-1 on the season. The Packers face the Cowboys in Dallas in Week 4.

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