Davante Lavell Adams, popularly known as Davante Adams, born on December 24, 1992, is a prominent American football wide receiver who currently dons the jersey of the Las Vegas Raiders in the National Football League (NFL).
Hailing from East Palo Alto, California, Adams pursued his high school education at Palo Alto High School, where he actively participated in football and basketball.
His collegiate football journey saw him play for two seasons with the Fresno State Bulldogs, earning the prestigious distinction of a second-team All-American in 2013.
His milestone marked a turning point in his career, leading to his second-round selection in 2014 by the Green Bay Packers in the NFL Draft, with his remarkable college football career serving as a crucial foundation for his transition to the professional league.
At the outset of his career with the Packers, Davante Adams was positioned lower in the comprehensive receiver hierarchy, trailing behind fellow teammates Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb.
However, his meteoric rise was evident when he secured his first Pro Bowl selection in 2017, which promptly led to a four-year, $58 million contract extension.
Over the subsequent four seasons, Adams ascended as the team’s premier wide receiver, forging a formidable partnership with quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Their collaboration resulted in Adams leading the league in receiving touchdowns in 2020 and achieving career-high statistics in receptions and receiving yards in 2021.
During his remarkable eight-year tenure with the Packers, Adams displayed extraordinary durability, missing only 13 games while earning two First-team All-Pro designations and five Pro Bowl selections.
The narrative took a turn during the 2022 offseason when contract negotiations between the Packers and Adams hit an impasse. Consequently, Davante Adams was traded to the Las Vegas Raiders for a second-round draft pick and a first-round.
In a remarkable twist of fate, Davante Adams secured a five-year, $141.25 million contract, a historic achievement that elevated him to the status of the highest-paid wide receiver in the league at that particular time. This significant contract signing marked a pivotal moment in his career.
In his inaugural season with the Raiders, Davante Adams again led the league in receiving touchdowns. They secured his sixth consecutive Pro Bowl nod, cementing his status as one of the NFL’s premier wide receivers.
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Davante Adams’s Early years
Davante Adams, born to parents Douglas Adams and Pamela Brown on December 24, 1992, has one brother and two sisters.
Hailing from East Palo Alto, California, Adams pursued his high school education at Palo Alto High School in the neighboring town of Palo Alto, California.
As a senior, he served as a two-way starter for the Vikings’ football team, pivotal in leading the school to a CIF state championship.
His outstanding performance included 64 receptions for 1,094 yards and 12 touchdowns. On the defensive front, as a cornerback, he contributed 44 tackles, two forced fumbles, including an interception, two for a loss, and four passes defended.
In addition to his football prowess, Adams was a multi-sport athlete, and he also excelled on the basketball court.
Throughout his four years of high school, he consistently lettered in basketball, averaging 9.0 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 5.4 assists as a senior.
His talents on the gridiron didn’t go unnoticed, as he garnered attention from notable colleges. He received recruitment offers from Fresno State, the University of Hawaiʻi, and San Diego State.
Ultimately, Davante Adams committed to playing college football at Fresno State, where he continued to shine in his athletic career.
Davante Adams’s College career
Davante Adams pursued his higher education at California State University, Fresno, and during his tenure there, he was an integral part of the Fresno State Bulldogs football team from 2011 to 2013.
During his first year in 2011, Davante Adams decided to redshirt, a strategic move commonly used in collegiate sports to allow student-athletes to acclimate to the team and academic demands, and this pivotal season coincided with his time under the leadership of then-head coach Pat Hill.
Davante Adams’s 2012 season
In the 2012 season, Davante Adams experienced a coaching transition with the arrival of Tim DeRuyter as the head coach. He made an immediate impact during the Bulldogs’ successful 9–4 season.
In his collegiate debut on September 1, 2012, Adams showcased his talent by amassing 118 receiving yards and notching two touchdowns in a victorious performance against the Weber State Wildcats.
As the season progressed, he continued to shine, with highlights that included an impressive eight-reception, 102-yard game against the San Diego State Aztecs on September 29.
Davante Adams’ skill as a receiver truly blossomed as he embarked on a remarkable streak of eight consecutive games with a receiving touchdown, beginning on October 6 against the Colorado State Rams.
This streak was highlighted by standout performances, such as a game against the New Mexico Lobos on October 27, where he accumulated nine receptions for an impressive 198 yards and two touchdowns.
On November 10, during a road game against the Nevada Wolf Pack, he again displayed his prowess with nine receptions for 120 yards and a touchdown.
As the regular season drew to a close, Adams continued to make a significant impact, including a game against the Air Force Falcons, where he contributed nine receptions for 141 yards and two touchdowns.
However, the season concluded on Christmas Eve with a 43–10 loss to the SMU Mustangs in the 2012 Hawaii Bowl, despite Davante Adams’ notable performance of 13 receptions for 144 yards and a touchdown.
For the entirety of the 2012 season, Adams amassed impressive statistics, tallying 102 receptions, 1,312 yards, and an impressive 14 touchdowns, all of which led the Mountain West Conference.
His outstanding contributions did not go unnoticed, as he earned the title of the conference’s Freshman of the Year and was recognized as a freshman All-American.
Moreover, he was honored as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the 2012 Hawaii Bowl, capping off a season marked by remarkable achievements and accolades.
Davante Adams’s 2013 season
In the 2013 season, Davante Adams continued to be a pivotal asset to the Bulldogs’ offense, contributing significantly to their impressive 11–2 season record.
His season began on a high note with a standout performance, registering 14 receptions for 148 yards and two touchdowns in a thrilling 52–51 victory over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.
This remarkable momentum carried forward with notable games like the one against the Boise State Broncos on September 20, where Adams secured a touchdown in a nail-biting 41–40 win and 12 receptions for 110 yards, extending the Bulldogs’ perfect 3–0 record.
Davante Adams’ exceptional capabilities as a receiver were further evident in an October 5 road game against the Idaho Vandals, where he accumulated 16 receptions for 185 yards and scored three touchdowns in a commanding 61–14 triumph.
A mere two weeks later, facing the UNLV Rebels, he showcased his brilliance again, recording eight receptions for an astonishing 221 yards and an impressive four touchdowns in a dominating 38–14 victory. The game kicked off with Adams scoring a remarkable 75-yard touchdown.
On November 23, against the New Mexico Lobos, Adams delivered another stellar performance with nine receptions for an incredible 246 yards and four touchdowns, playing a crucial role in the 69–28 victory, which brought the Bulldogs’ record to an impressive 10–0.
However, in the following road game against the San Jose State Spartans, the team faced its first loss of the season despite Adams’ extraordinary effort of 13 receptions for 264 yards and three touchdowns in a high-scoring 62–52 contest.
In the MWC Championship Game on December 7 against the Utah State Aggies, Adams once again displayed his prowess with nine receptions for 168 yards and a touchdown.
In the 2013 Las Vegas Bowl against the USC Trojans, in the final game, he contributed nine receptions for 74 yards and another touchdown.
For the entirety of the 2013 season, Davante Adams displayed extraordinary statistics, leading the nation with an astounding 131 receptions for 1,719 yards and an impressive 24 touchdowns.
He notably set a Mountain West Conference record with his 24 touchdown receptions, a remarkable eight more than any player in the country during the 2013 season, and this total stands as the fourth-best in single-season FBS history.
Furthermore, Adams established Fresno State career records for receptions (233) and touchdown receptions (38) despite only playing two seasons for the Bulldogs.
His outstanding contributions earned him the distinction of being named a second-team All-American by The Associated Press.
On December 27, 2013, Davante Adams decided to forgo his final two college seasons and enter the 2014 NFL Draft, marking a pivotal step in his football career.
Davante Adams’s Green Bay Packers
In the 2014 NFL Draft, Davante Adams’ remarkable talent didn’t go unnoticed as he was chosen by the Green Bay Packers in the second round with the 53rd overall pick. This made him the ninth wide receiver to be selected in that year’s draft class.
Shortly after being drafted, on June 12, 2014, Davante Adams signed a contract with the Green Bay Packers, officially commencing his journey in the NFL.
2014–2017: Early career
In the 2014 NFL season, after initially playing as the number four receiver in his NFL debut against the Seattle Seahawks, Davante Adams’ role expanded significantly in the second game when he took part in 37 snaps against the New York Jets. During this game, he showcased his skills with five catches for 50 yards, underscoring his potential.
Adams firmly secured his position as the Packers’ number three receiver as the season progressed. On October 2, he made a notable milestone by scoring his first NFL touchdown, receiving an 11-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers in a resounding 42–10 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
This touchdown was particularly significant as it marked Rodgers’ 200th career pass. On October 26, Adams achieved a personal best with seven receptions in a game, despite it resulting in a loss to the New Orleans Saints.
His first 100-yard receiving game came on November 30 when he accumulated six receptions for an impressive 121 yards, contributing significantly to a 26–21 victory over the New England Patriots.
Although Davante Adams played in the shadow of Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb, his rookie season in the NFL was marked by a solid performance, amassing 446 receiving yards and scoring three touchdowns.
These contributions played a role in the Green Bay Packers finishing the season with a remarkable 12–4 record. In the playoff phase, Adams continued to make his mark.
On January 11, 2015, he etched his name in the Packers’ record books by setting the rookie record for receiving yards in a playoff game with 117 yards, showcasing his prowess in the victory over the Dallas Cowboys. This remarkable game included a 46-yard touchdown.
However, in the NFC Championship game against the Seattle Seahawks, Adams encountered a tough challenge, recording just one reception for seven yards in the 28–22 overtime loss, marking a bittersweet end to his rookie season.
The 2015 season began well, with Adams securing four receptions for 59 yards in a 31–23 victory over the Chicago Bears.
Unfortunately, his season took a hit when he suffered an ankle injury in week 2, leading to him missing three games.
Additionally, Davante Adams had to contend with a knee injury in the playoffs. On November 8, in a game against the Carolina Panthers, he delivered an impressive performance with seven receptions, accumulating a season-high 93 yards.
In the following game, he demonstrated his abilities with a season-best ten receptions for 79 yards, although it ended in a loss to the Detroit Lions.
It wasn’t until December 3, in the second game against the Lions, that he secured his sole touchdown in a 27–23 victory.
This second season, alluding to it as a “dud,” saw Adams finish fourth on the team in receptions (50), receiving yards, and one touchdown.
The absence of star player Jordy Nelson added to the challenges faced by the team. Nevertheless, Adams’ unwavering dedication during the offseason earned him the unofficial “off-season MVP” award.
The hard work during the offseason paid significant dividends in the 2016 season. Adams impressively recorded five touchdowns in the first six games.
On October 26, Adams delivered a standout performance against the Chicago Bears in Week 7, earning him the NFC Offensive Player of the Week title.
Davante Adams hauled in an incredible 13 passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns during that game. This remarkable performance was further underscored by a season-best 156 yards in a road game, although it resulted in a 47–25 loss to the Tennessee Titans.
On November 28, Adams continued to shine, accumulating 113 yards and two touchdowns in a victorious 27–13 game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
He concluded the season as the Packers’ second-leading receiver, amassing 997 yards on 75 catches and an impressive 12 touchdowns, second in the NFL only to his teammate Jordy Nelson.
As the postseason commenced, Adams continued to make an impact. The 2017 season began with Adams making his mark in a 17–9 home victory over the Seattle Seahawks, contributing three receptions for 47 yards.
In Week 2, despite a 34–23 loss to the Atlanta Falcons, Adams showcased his skills with eight receptions for 99 yards, including a 33-yard touchdown.
In Week 4, Davante Adams was taken to the hospital in an ambulance after a helmet-to-helmet hit by Chicago linebacker Danny Trevathan. This hit resulted in a suspension for Trevathan, initially set at two games but later reduced to one.
The subsequent week marked Adams’ return to the field, where he displayed his resilience with seven receptions for 66 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning score with just 11 seconds left, effectively securing a dramatic victory over the Dallas Cowboys.
However, adversity struck early in Week 6 when starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers suffered a broken clavicle against the Minnesota Vikings, sidelining him for nine weeks.
With inexperienced backup Brett Hundley taking the helm, Adams persevered, averaging five receptions for 40 yards in three consecutive losses.
Nonetheless, Davante Adams bounced back with a stellar performance, notching 90 yards on five receptions, including the game-winning touchdown in a Week 10 triumph over the Chicago Bears.
Adams’ excellence extended into Week 11, where he delivered an outstanding performance with 126 receiving yards, accomplished through eight receptions, in a game against the Baltimore Ravens.
His remarkable skills and consistency were vital to the Packers’ offensive success. During Week 12, Adams added to his season with an 82-yard performance, which included a season-long 55-yard touchdown, even though it resulted in a 31–28 road loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, a game where Hundley displayed improvement.
In Week 13, Adams had a less productive game, with only four receptions for 42 yards against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but he bounced back with an outstanding performance in the next game, recording ten receptions for 82 yards.
This performance included the game-tying touchdown with a mere 17 seconds left and a thrilling 25-yard walk-off touchdown in overtime, securing a remarkable victory over the Cleveland Browns.
At this juncture, he was tied for second in the NFL with an impressive nine receiving touchdowns. In Week 15, Adams faced another concussion, brought on by a helmet-to-helmet hit from Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis.
This concussion ultimately led to Adams missing the season’s final two games. Despite this setback, he concluded the season with 14 starts, leading the team with 74 catches for 885 yards and an impressive ten touchdowns.
His outstanding contributions earned him a well-deserved selection to his first Pro Bowl, and he was also ranked 45th by his peers on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2018.
On December 29, 2017, Adams secured his future with the Packers by signing a substantial four-year, $58 million contract extension, cementing his status as a key player on the team. On June 2, 2018, Adams entered into matrimony with Devanne Villarreal.
2018–2022: Rise to stardom
With the triumphant return of Aaron Rodgers from injury, Davante Adams made a significant impact early in the 2018 season, securing a touchdown reception in each of the Packers’ first three games.
He maintained a steady rhythm, averaging 6.7 receptions for 68 yards. However, in Week 4, despite an impressive eight receptions for 81 yards, Adams encountered a calf injury.
Despite the discomfort, he continued to play, demonstrating his resilience, particularly in light of more severe injuries sustained by teammates Randall Cobb and Geronimo Allison.
Week 5 saw Adams shine with an exceptional performance, amassing nine receptions for 140 yards and a touchdown in a closely contested 31–23 loss to the Detroit Lions.
He continued his impressive streak in Week 6 during a Monday Night Football victory over the San Francisco 49ers, recording ten receptions for 132 yards and two touchdowns.
This included a remarkable 38-yard reception, a game-tying 16-yard touchdown, and two crucial catches for 27 yards in the final three minutes to set up the go-ahead field goal.
After a Week 7 bye, Davante Adams maintained his impressive performance streak by achieving his third consecutive 100-yard game.
In a closely contested road game against the Los Angeles Rams, he showcased his skills again, making five receptions for an impressive 133 yards.
Despite the eventual narrow 29–27 loss, Davante Adams’ contributions remained vital to the Packers’ offensive efforts. Although his yardage was limited in the next two games, Adams displayed his scoring prowess by recording three touchdowns.
In Week 11, Adams reached a career-best, accumulating an impressive 166 yards on ten receptions, despite the outcome being a loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
A week later, in a game against the Minnesota Vikings, he contributed five receptions for 69 yards and another touchdown.
During this game, Davante Adams surpassed 1,000 yards in a season for the first time in his career. They secured his tenth touchdown, marking his third consecutive season with double-digit receiving touchdowns.
Adams’ outstanding performance continued with a touchdown in the subsequent two games. In Week 15 against the Chicago Bears, he made a notable contribution with eight catches for 119 yards, surpassing 100 receptions in a season for the first time in his career.
Week 16 against the New York Jets witnessed Adams recording a remarkable 11 receptions for 71 yards, including the game-winning touchdown in overtime.
However, with the Packers eliminated from the playoffs, Adams decided to sit out the season’s final week to avoid worsening a nagging knee injury.
As a result of this decision, Davante Adams narrowly missed the opportunity to break the franchise season receiving records, falling just one reception short with 111 receptions and 133 yards short with a total of 1,386 receiving yards.
The achievement was a testament to his extraordinary contributions and exceptional performance throughout the season.
Moving forward to the 2019 season, in Week 2, the Packers were up against the Minnesota Vikings, and Adams significantly impacted the game.
He showcased his skills by making seven receptions for 106 yards, demonstrating his vital role in the team’s offensive success.
His performance was instrumental in the Packers’ 21–16 victory. A couple of weeks later, in a matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles, Adams reached new heights in his career, amassing a remarkable 180 yards on ten receptions.
Unfortunately, his exceptional day was cut short as he exited the game with ten minutes left in the fourth quarter due to a turf toe injury. Despite his absence, the Packers fell to the Eagles, losing 34–27.
The subsequent four games saw Davante Adams sidelined due to his injury. He made a triumphant return in Week 9 during a 26–11 road loss to the Los Angeles Chargers, contributing seven receptions for 41 yards.
His comeback continued in the next game against the Carolina Panthers, where he caught seven passes for 118 yards in a 24–16 victory. Following a bye week in Week 11, the Packers hit the road to face the San Francisco 49ers.
In this particular game, Davante Adams once again showcased his prowess by making seven receptions for 43 yards and scoring his first touchdown of the season.
He added a crucial two-point conversion, accounting for all of the Packers’ points in a challenging 37–8 road loss.
Week 13 pitted the Packers against the New York Giants, and Adams delivered an impressive performance, securing six passes for 64 yards and two touchdowns in a 31–13 road victory.
Two weeks later, in a matchup against the Chicago Bears, Adams showcased his remarkable season by making seven receptions for 103 yards and scoring a touchdown, contributing to the team’s 21–13 victory.
The subsequent game, a Monday Night Football showdown against the Minnesota Vikings, underscored Adams’ exceptional skills as he hauled in 13 passes for 116 yards, playing a pivotal role in the team’s 23–10 road victory.
During the Divisional Round of the playoffs against the Seattle Seahawks, Adams made history by setting a postseason franchise record with eight receptions for 160 yards and contributing two crucial touchdowns, playing an instrumental role in the thrilling 28–23 victory.
The NFC Championship game against the 49ers witnessed Adams again taking center stage, recording nine receptions for 138 yards in a 37–20 road loss.
During this time, Davante Adams accomplished a remarkable feat, distinguishing himself as the sole Packer to attain two games with 100+ receiving yards in a single postseason.
He also demonstrated his consistency with three career postseason games featuring 125+ receiving yards. As the 2020 season unfolded, Adams carried on with his remarkable contributions.
In Week 1 against the Minnesota Vikings, he delivered an outstanding performance with 156 receiving yards and two touchdowns on 14 receptions, equalling Don Hutson’s franchise record. At the same time, the Packers secured a 43–34 victory.
Week 7 against the Houston Texans showcased Adams’ brilliance as he recorded 13 catches for 196 receiving yards and two touchdowns in a 35–20 victory.
Despite the outcome being a 28–22 loss in Week 8 against the Minnesota Vikings, Adams made his mark with seven receptions for 53 receiving yards and three receiving touchdowns.
Week 9, on Thursday Night Football, pitted the Packers against the San Francisco 49ers, and Adams delivered with ten receptions for 173 receiving yards and a touchdown in a 34–17 victory.
The following week, against the Indianapolis Colts, he recorded seven catches for 106 yards and another touchdown during the 34–31 overtime loss.
Week 12 against the Chicago Bears marked a significant moment for Adams, as he reached the milestone of 500 career receptions with a 12-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers.
This achievement solidified his position as the fifth receiver in Packers history to attain this remarkable milestone. Davante Adams continued to shine in Week 13 against the Philadelphia Eagles, amassing ten receptions for 121 yards and two touchdowns in the 30–16 victory.
The second of these touchdowns marked the 400th career touchdown pass thrown by Aaron Rodgers. Week 14 brought another impressive performance from Adams as he continued to shine.
He delivered seven receptions for 115 yards and added a touchdown in a 31–24 victory over the Detroit Lions. Throughout the season’s challenges, Adams remained undeterred, achieving remarkable milestones.
On December 21, 2020, he received the honor of being selected for the 2021 Pro Bowl. Even amidst heavy snowfall, Adams performed remarkably, capturing 11 passes for 142 yards and scoring three touchdowns in a resounding 40–14 victory over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday Night Football in Week 16.
This impressive outing helped the Adams-Rodgers connection set a new Packers team record of 492 completions, a milestone they reached over seven seasons. Adams concluded the 2020 season with an incredible tally of 115 receptions for 1,374 receiving yards and an astounding 18 receiving touchdowns.
Davante Adams delivered a season for the ages, leading the league with an astounding 18 receiving touchdowns, a feat not achieved since Randy Moss’s 23 in 2007, and equaled Sterling Sharpe’s single-season franchise record (1994).
His 115 receptions also set a new franchise standard, surpassing Sharpe’s 1993 season. The impressive season earned Adams a well-deserved spot on the 2020 All-Pro Team first-team, an honor he received on January 8, 2021.
During the postseason, Adams continued his exceptional performance. He demonstrated his prowess with nine receptions for 66 yards and a touchdown, contributing to the team’s 32–18 victory In the Divisional Round against the Los Angeles Rams.
Davante Adams once again showcased his skills despite the 31–26 loss in the NFC Championship game, achieving nine catches for 67 yards and a touchdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The 2021 season he got off to a strong start for Adams, highlighted by a 121-yard game against the Detroit Lions and a remarkable performance of 12 receptions for 132 yards in Week 2 against the San Francisco 49ers.
In Week 5, facing the Cincinnati Bengals, Adams achieved a career-high with 206 yards on 11 receptions and a touchdown in a thrilling 25–22 overtime win.
Week 11 against the Minnesota Vikings witnessed Adams capturing seven passes for 115 yards and two touchdowns in a 31–34 loss. In Week 13 against the Chicago Bears, he added to his legacy with ten receptions for two touchdowns and 121 yards in a 45–30 victory.
On December 23, 2021, Adams received his fifth consecutive Pro Bowl selection, cementing his status as one of the league’s premier wide receivers.
In the subsequent week, he achieved new milestones by breaking his single-season franchise record for receptions with an 11-reception, 136-yard, one-touchdown performance in a 37–10 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
He broke the Packers’ single-season receiving yards record, concluding with 1,553 yards. Acknowledging his exceptional performance, Adams earned a spot on the 2021 All-Pro Team for the second year in a row.
During the Divisional Round of the playoffs against the San Francisco 49ers, Adams showcased his skills by registering nine receptions for 90 yards despite the team facing a demanding 13–10 defeat.
However, Davante Adams’ accomplishments and contributions to the Packers’ success during these seasons solidified his status as one of the NFL’s top receivers.
As of March 8, 2022, the Green Bay Packers applied a franchise tag to Adams. Nevertheless, Adams subsequently conveyed to the Packers his decision not to participate under the franchise tag for the 2022 season, signifying a noteworthy juncture in his career.
Las Vegas Raiders
On March 18, 2022, the Green Bay Packers executed a trade, sending Davante Adams to the Las Vegas Raiders. In return, the Packers acquired the Raiders’ 2022 first-round pick and second-round pick, marking a significant move in the NFL landscape.
Simultaneously with the trade, Adams inked a five-year contract worth $141.25 million, solidifying his status as the NFL’s highest-paid wide receiver at the time of the agreement.
This transition also marked a reunion for Adams, as he returned to the field alongside his former college quarterback, Derek Carr, who shared the field at Fresno State from 2012 to 2013.
Davante Adams made his highly anticipated debut for the Raiders in Week 1 of the 2022 season, facing off against the Los Angeles Chargers.
In this game, he showcased his prowess with an impressive performance, securing ten passes for 141 yards and a touchdown despite a 19–24 loss. Davante Adams achieved his first victory with the Raiders in Week 4, where they triumphed over the Denver Broncos with a 32–23 victory.
During this game, Adams exhibited his exceptional skills again, contributing nine receptions for 101 yards. In Week 5, in a matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs, Adams displayed his scoring ability by recording three receptions for 124 yards and two touchdowns.
However, the Raiders suffered a narrow 30–29 loss. Following the game, Adams faced a moment of controversy when he shoved cameraman Ryan Zebley to the ground as he walked towards the tunnel to exit the field.
Davante Adams later publicly apologized to Zebley, explaining that his frustration over the game’s conclusion had prompted him to react rashly.
Regrettably, Zebley’s injuries led to his hospitalization, and he subsequently pressed charges through the Kansas City Police Department. Adams faced misdemeanor assault charges as a result of this incident.
On December 21, 2022, Davante Adams received recognition for his outstanding performance by being named to his sixth consecutive Pro Bowl, solidifying his status as one of the league’s top receivers.
He concluded the season with impressive statistics, including 100 receptions, 1,516 receiving yards, and a league-leading 14 touchdowns.
Notably, his yardage set a new franchise record for the Las Vegas Raiders, marking a memorable season in his career.
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