The Green Bay Packers were able to pull out an impressive win in the season opener against the Chicago Bears, but they suffered some notable injuries to key offensive players. This includes Pro Bowl wide receiver DaVante Adams, who is dealing with a shoulder issue.

According to Micahel Cohen of The Athletic, Adams did not participate in practice on Wednesday morning due to the injury, but it is not expected to keep him out of action in Week 2 against the Minnesota Vikings.

Like Rodgers, Adams is likely going to do whatever it takes to be on the field for their second NFC North divisional battle of the 2018 season. The 25-year-old played a major role in the Packers' 20-point second half comeback over the Bears, recording five catches for 88 receiving yards and a touchdown. This included a huge 51-yard catch that helped push the momentum further in Green Bay's favor prior to him making a 12-yard touchdown reception on the same drive.

Adams has emerged as one of the primary targets in the passing game for Rodgers over the last couple of years, now further emphasized with the departure of Jordy Nelson. He has proven to be a legitimate red zone target over the past two seasons, tallying double-digit touchdown catches while recording at least 70 catches for more than 850 receiving yards in each campaign. Adams is coming off posting a team-best 74 catches for 885 receiving yards with 10 touchdowns in 14 games played, earning his first Pro Bowl selection.

If he were to miss any time, Rodgers will have a greater dependence on Randall Cobb, who had nine catches for 142 receiving yards and a touchdown in the season opener. Wide receiver Geronimo Allison could also step up in a more prominent role after recording five catches for 69 receiving yards and a touchdown in Week 1.