First training camp over for Davante Adams as Packers end preseason
Aug 28, 2014; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams (17) attempts to catch the ball in front of Kansas City Chiefs defensive back DeMarcus Van Dyke (40) in the first quarter at Lambeau Field. Image by Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports
Davante Adams had his finest game of the preseason, scoring his first Packers touchdown against the Chiefs on Thursday night.
The Fresno State product had two catches for 35 yards, hauling in a first half touchdown pass from Matt Flynn.
"When you hold yourself to a high standard like I do, you have to expect good things from yourself," Adams told Larry McCarren after the game. "When you fully apply yourself and you know what you're doing I feel like why not have success?"
Now, for Adams and the rest of the Packers, the focus turns to Seattle.
"Preseason's over with and we're onto Seattle now," Adams said. "They're obviously a great football team... We've had some focus on them but now it's full board."
Adams shared with McCarren what he will take away from his first preseason and training camp.
"Making sure you learn your stride because the game's not going to wait for you," Adams said. "You're here a lot of the day during training camp, so when you get your time at the dorms or whatever, just making sure staying in your playbook and studying your stuff."