Davante Adams is still a young guy, playing in only his fourth NFL season, but at this rate the Green Bay Packers wideout will truly need to consider his future.
On Sunday, for the second time this season, he was hit with a blatantly dirty shot to the helmet, which knocked him out of a game and put his health in danger.
On Monday, Adams lashed out:
After he was hospitalized following a hit against the Chicago Bears earlier in the season, Adams was the recipient of a nasty helmet-to-helmet blindside block on an interception return during the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers.
Understandably frustrated, Adams was shown giving the finger to fans has he was helped to the locker room.
Adams returned to the field 10 days after taking the shot against the Bears to score the game-winner against the Dallas Cowboys earlier this season.
Hopefully, he recovers after this nasty shot.