Green Bay Packers receiver Davante Adams and safety Morgan Burnett missed practice Wednesday, but the Packers' defensive front got a boost as the team turns its attention to a Sunday trip to the San Francisco 49ers.
Defensive end Letroy Guion practiced for the first time this season after missing the first three weeks with a suspension for his drug arrest this offseason. Guion had been around the team in meetings and off-field workouts, but was unable to join them on the field.
Adams, a second-year receiver, was knocked from Monday night's game against the Kansas City Chiefs after one possession with an aggravation of his sprained ankle. Burnett was out Monday, his second absence in three games this season, after aggravating a strained calf muscle.
Linebacker Jake Ryan (hamstring), cornerback Demetri Goodson (hamstring), right tackle Bryan Bulaga (knee) and tight end Andrew Quarless (knee) also missed Wednesday's practice. Ryan exited Monday night's game early, while Goodson, Bulaga and Quarless were out completely.
Defensive end Datone Jones was able to practice Wednesday after leaving Monday's game with concussion symptoms. After being evaluated, it was determined Jones did not receiver a concussion against the Chiefs.
Backup safety Sean Richardson returned Wednesday after missing Monday's game because of an ankle injury.
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