He did what? Antonio Freeman jokes about returning to help the Packers' depleted receiving corps
It's not exactly a secret that the Green Pay Packers are a little short-handed at the wide receiver position for Thursday night's showdown with the undefeated Arizona Cardinals.
And with Adams accounting for a large percentage of the Packers' overall passing offense, ESPN's Steven A. Smith has already pleaded on ESPN's First Take that the Packers should trade for Cleveland's Odell Beckham Jr.
And that was before Adams was placed on the COVID-19 list.
While it is highly unlikely that the Packers would take on the remainder of Beckham's salary, they're probably looking for some depth for quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the passing game before the Nov. 2 trade deadline.
Apparently, former Packers wide receiver Antonio Freeman, who last played with Green Bay in 2003 and retired in 2007, is ready to dust off his jersey and offer his assistance for a game or two.
Get the man on the practice squad.