Defensive lineman Kenny Clark and wide receiver Davante Adams were held out of practice today as both recover from injuries sustained in the first two weeks of the 2020 season.
Clark seems to be on track to miss his second consecutive game after leaving the Packers’ Week 1 game with a groin injury.
Adams, meanwhile, has gotten good reports from both his head coach and his quarterback. Matt LaFleur described Adams’ absence from the latter portions of Sunday’s game as precautionary, and Aaron Rodgers expressed confidence today that Adams would be good to go, even if he’s unable to practice at all this week.
Elsewhere on the report, Corey Linsley was listed as a full participant. He left the Packers game against the Lions on Sunday with a sprained thumb on his snapping hand. Josiah Deguara, who missed the Lions game with a shin injury, was a limited participant.
Montravius Adams and Randy Ramsey were both limited participants with toe and groin injuries, respectively.