Adams said he was cleared to play Friday afternoon after going through the league’s concussion protocol. He said he recalled everything about Trevathan’s hit, and that after being “a little loopy” on the field, the memories started flooding back to him as he lay in a hospital bed. Adams reported that he felt no headaches during the week, and that family members and team staffers were “kind of shocked” he didn’t experience any lingering symptoms.
“It’s tough, but the team relies on me to be out here,” Adams said. “And I definitely wouldn’t have come out here today if I didn’t feel 100 percent. I felt great, so I just gave it a shot, and it was worth it.”
Green Bay moves to its own 48-yard line, but Rodgers throws an incomplete pass on a third-and-1. The Packers decide to go for it and move chains on a 10-yard run by Aaron Jones.
Green Bay will start its possession at its own 12-yard line with a chance to take the lead.
Field goal Green Bay. The Packers drive to Dallas’ 4, but are forced to settle for three points after a short run and two incomplete passes keep them out of the end zone. Green Bay now trails 21-15. Rodgers did complete a 33-yard pass to Martellus Bennett early in the drive to move the Packers into field goal range.
Packers cornerback Kevin King suffered a concussion in the first half and he’ll miss the rest of the game.