Davante Adams out of hospital after hit by Trevathan

Sep 30, 2017, 00:15
Davante Adams out of hospital after hit by Trevathan

About a half-dozen Packers medical staffers ran to Adams' aid immediately, with a stretcher being carried out to him within a minute. He raised his thumb to the crowd as he approached the locker room. He was conscious and had movement in all extremities upon being taken to the hospital for further evaluations. Aaron Rogers ended his night with an efficient 4TD and a cool QBR of 128 leading his team to victory and pushing the overall series with the Bears to 95-94-6, advantage Packers. "He's already giving them a hard time at the hospital to get out of there, so that's a great sign". But officials allowed Trevathan to finish the game.

So do you think Trevathan should be suspended because the hit looked "dirty" to you from your couch or barstool?

The Packers rushed out to an early lead thanks to Chicago's miscues. Upon crossing the goal line, Nelson took a knee in prayer for Adams.

Seifert reported that NFL vice president Troy Vincent said the league wanted to eliminate "catastrophic" hits, which fits the bill for what happened to Adams.

In order for Adams to play, he will have to clear the concussion protocol, which makes it very hard to predict whether or not he is going to be available to play again in 10 days. I could've been a little better, but you've got to understand, I was using momentum trying to make a play. I'm sorry about that, and I'm going to reach out to him and try to send him a message.

Rodgers said it was one of the loudest hits he could remember, comparing it to a 2005 hit on then-teammate Ahman Green by Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Derrick Brooks. The loudest noise in the press box all night came from the gasps and groans when the replay was shown. I don't see it as an illegal hit anywhere. "And I think it's making the National Football League really boring".

At some point, coach Mike McCarthy might run out of players who can play Super Bowl-caliber football.