Thomas Davis suspension reduced to one game for hit on Packers’ Davante Adams

The NFL has reduced Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis’ suspension from two games to one for his blindside block that put Packers receiver Davante Adams in the concussion protocol, the league announced Tuesday.

Davis delivered the block against Adams during an interception return in the third quarter of the Panthers’ 31-24 win on Sunday.

Davis issued an apology for the hit after Adams accused the veteran linebacker of headhunting.

“I understand your frustration and I do apologize for the hit! In no way was I trying to hurt you. My first instinct was turn and make a block. In all sincerity I do apologize. I truly respect you as a player and I made a mistake!” Davis tweeted.

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“Aaron Rodgers is sore, rightfully so,” McCarthy said Monday when asked whether Rodgers will play this week, per Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “He was hit too many times, took two big hits. So we’re working through that.”

Rodgers returned against the Panthers after missing eight weeks to recover from a broken right collar bone, but undoubtedly he was hurting after getting hit seven times as a passer, with three of those being pretty big sacks.

With the future of Rodgers’ season uncertain at this point, the Packers are reportedly re-signing quarterback Joe Callahan to their roster, according to ESPN, which many are speculating to be the end of Rodgers’ season.

The Packers originally waived Callahan to make room for Rodgers’ return, but re-signing Callahan means the Packers could be considering the possibility of shutting down their star quarterback, especially after the Packers are eliminated from the playoffs.packers_157_42c89a3c78e1edb2-180x180

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