GREEN BAY, Wis. — Montravius Adams’ left foot is in a full cast, and he needs a scooter to get around Lambeau Field.
No wonder he’s not sure if he’ll be ready for the regular-season opener.
The Green Bay Packers’ third-round pick had foot surgery last week after he felt some discomfort on the first day of training camp practice. What he first thought was just some soreness turned to the be a stress fracture that required a screw to be inserted into his foot.
The defensive tackle from Auburn never made it to the first day of pads. After two non-padded practices, Adams had the surgery.
Adams couldn’t say whether he has any chance to be ready for the regular-season opener against Seattle in 33 days.
“I mean, I don’t know,” Adams said. “I’m just trying to take it a day at a time. I’ve never really been injured, so for me it’s kind of hard. I try not to think about it and do my rehab.”
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