Davante Adams makes team trip to Dallas, expected to play Sunday

Davante Adams makes team trip to Dallas, expected to play Sunday

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams reportedly cleared concussion protocol and made the trip to Dallas for the team's Week 5 game against the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on Sunday. Adams won't miss any time despite getting stretched off on a helmet-to-helmet hit last week.

The hit was so brutal, in fact, that it landed Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan - the man who dished out the collision - with a two-game suspension. Adams has had limited participation during practice this week.

Though it's more hard this year to know just who will most likely suit up until the inactives are announced just prior to the game, we have been encouraged by the sounds coming out of Green Bay.

Our models project Adams for 4.4 catches, 63.9 yards, and 0.6 touchdowns for 12.0 FanDuel points on Sunday. He has 16 catches for 219 and two touchdowns this season on 28 targets, further establishing himself as a favorite of perennial MVP candidate Aaron Rodgers.

Cowboys players stood, per usual, many with their hands over their hearts. Rodgers ranks top-five in passing yards and passing touchdowns, which is a bad sign for a Cowboys defense that has underwhelmed thus far compared to last season's performance.

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