Packers WR Davante Adams should be 'good to go' for Sunday

WR Allen Lazard, CB Kevin King questionable to play vs. Colts

WR Davante Adams, WR Allen Lazard, and CB Kevin King

GREEN BAY – The Packers have removed receiver Davante Adams (ankle) and cornerback Jaire Alexander (concussion) from the injury report. Both are expected to be available for Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Seven others are listed as questionable: receivers Allen Lazard (core), Darrius Shepherd (shoulder) and Equanimeous St. Brown (knee), cornerbacks Kevin King (quadriceps/Achilles) and cornerback Ka'dar Hollman (quadricep), safety Will Redmond (shoulder) and punter JK Scott. King and Scott were added to the injury report on Saturday.

Running back Tyler Ervin (wrist/ribs) has been ruled out, while defensive lineman Montravius Adams (toe) is doubtful. Neither practiced this week.

After playing through an ankle injury during last Sunday's 24-20 win over Jacksonville, Davante Adams was a limited participant during Friday's practice.

"I think he's made good progress," said Head Coach Matt LaFleur of Adams. "He should be good to go."

Alexander sat out last week's game against the Jaguars with the concussion he sustained in San Francisco. He was a full participant on Thursday and Friday.

Lazard was a limited participant this week after being designated to return off injured reserve on Tuesday. If Lazard is given the green light for Sunday, it'll be his first game since catching six passes for 146 yards and a touchdown in a Week 3 win over New Orleans.

"He's been making progress but again we'll see how he's feeling and hopefully he'll be able to go," LaFleur said. "But again, I think it's going to be more something we'll figure out on Sunday."

In addition to Adams and Alexander, the Packers removed seven other players from the injury report who are expected to be available: offensive line David Bakhtiari (chest) and Rick Wagner (knee) and Billy Turner (calf), tight ends Robert Tonyan (ankle) and Marcedes Lewis (knee), punter JK Scott (back) and safety Vernon Scott (shoulder).

Indianapolis defensive lineman Denico Autry won't play Sunday after being placed on the COVID-19/reserve list.

The Colts listed five as questionable: tight ends Jack Doyle (concussion) and Noah Togiai (knee), cornerback Isaiah Rodgers (knee), tackle Braden Smith (thumb) and defensive end Kemoko Turay (ankle). They also removed 12 others from the injury report who are expected to be available.

Green Bay Packers

Table inside Article
Davante Adams, WR Ankle LP DNP LP --
Montravius Adams, DL Toe DNP DNP DNP Doubtful
Jaire Alexander, CB Concussion/Hand LP FP FP --
David Bakhtiari, T Chest FP FP FP --
Tyler Ervin, RB Wrist/Ribs DNP DNP DNP Out
Ka'dar Hollman, CB Quadricep LP LP LP Questionable
Kevin King, CB Quadricep/Achilles FP FP FP Questionable
Allen Lazard, WR Core LP LP LP Questionable
Marcedes Lewis, TE Knee LP DNP FP --
Will Redmond, S Shoulder LP LP LP Questionable
JK Scott, P Back/Pesonal Matter LP LP FP Questionable
Vernon Scott, S Shoulder FP FP FP --
Darrius Shepherd, WR Shoulder LP FP FP Questionable
Equanimeous St. Brown, WR Knee DNP LP LP Questionable
Robert Tonyan, TE Ankle LP LP FP --
Billy Turner, G/T Calf FP FP FP --
Rick Wagner, T Knee FP FP FP --

Indianapolis Colts

Table inside Article
Denico Autry, DT/DE Illness -- DNP -- --
Julian Blackmon, S Pelvis/Knee LP FP DNP --
Trey Burton, TE Not Injury Related (Rest) DNP FP FP --
Anthony Castonzo Rest -- -- DNP --
Mo Alie-Cox, TE Knee LP LP DNP --
Jack Doyle, TE Concussion DNP FP FP Questionable
T.Y. Hilton, WR Rest -- -- DNP --
Justin Houston, DE Not Injury Related (Rest) DNP FP FP --
Tyquan Lewis, DT/DE Not Injury Related -- DNP FP --
Kenny Moore II, CB Ribs DNP LP FP --
Al-Quadin Muhammad, DE Not Injury Related -- DNP FP --
Isaiah Rodgers, CB Knee -- -- DNP Questionable
Braden Smith, T Thumb -- LP DNP Questionable
Grover Stewart, DT Not Injury Related -- DNP FP --
Noah Togiai, TE Knee -- DNP DNP Questionable
Kemoko Turay, DE Ankle LP LP DNP Questionable
Khari Willis, S Ribs DNP FP FP --

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