Packers WR Davante Adams, who had a prolific career in Fresno State's high-octane offense, finished with two catches for 22 yards in the 20-16 loss Saturday to the Titans. He also went out to field the first two punts - somewhat of a surprise given his relative lack of work in that area in public portions of practices - and muffed each time, losing the second. The turnover set up a Titans touchdown.
Adams also hurt his wrist on the second muff, an injury that kept him out of practice Monday.
It wasn't a good start for Adams who is battling Jarrett Boykin for the WR3 spot. Any time Adams misses time it could end up hurting him in this competition, but he seems to at least be a WR4 possibility for the Pack.