Did Packers Randall go AWOL?

Injuries to Montgomery, Adams not season ending

Bill Michaels
September 29, 2017 - 7:22 pm

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Green Bay, WI - Packers defensive back Demarious Randall had just given up a short touchdown pass to the Bears. A blown coverage. Randall, a former first round pick was benched. Later reports say he got in to a heated argument with one of the defensive assistant coaches. 

Today head coach Mike McCarthy said he sent Randall to the locker room while the game was in progress. Reports that Randall then dressed and left the stadium before the game was over have been disputed. It's all another chapter of Randall's temper and spirit getting in the way of being a team player. But according to McCarthy - that's football.

Packers running backs Ty Montgomery (ribs) and Jamaal Williams (knee) are reportedly not severely injured and could return to action in the next week or two. 

Wide receiver Davante Adams, drilled in the helmet by Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan, was released from a Green Bay area hospital Friday morning. Adams will undergo the NFL's concussion protocal, but did not suffer any broken bones or fractures in the jarring helmet - to - helmet hit. No word yet if the Bears linebacker will be fined or is facing a possible suspension on the play.  READ MORE