Packers' Davante Adams explains hit that left him injured vs. 49ers: 'It wasn't a concussion'
NFL Packers 49ers 49ers v Packers American Football There was concern for Packers receiver Davante Adams after a big hit he took midway through the fourth quarter in the Packers' 30-28 win over the 49ers. He was trying to locate a deep ball from Aaron Rodgers when Jimmie Ward came screaming across the field in an effort to knock the ball out.Adams was unable to corral on the ball. Then, Ward came in and put a bone-crunching hit on Adams that briefly left him motionless on the field. It looked as though he may have suffered a significant injury, possibly a concussion. No flag on this hit on Davante Adams 🤔Hoping he is okay 🙏 pic.twitter.com/OOwpOYNwpf— PFF Fantasy Football (@PFF_Fantasy) September 27, 2021MORE: How the Packers stunned the 49ers on 37-second game-winning driveHowever, Adams apparently just had the wind knocked out of him. He was able to re-enter the game after missing just one play. "I've dealt with a lot of stuff like that and just the mental toughness to get in there," Adams said to reporters after the game, per Packers.com. "It wasn't a concussion. On the sideline, they evaluated and saw right away. I was straight. More than anything on the ground was my chest, having trouble catching a breath, but definitely good now."IYER: Wha