Adams says he's victim of 'head hunting'; Davis apologizes

Posted December 19, 2017

Thomas Davis of the Carolina Panthers has been suspended without pay for two games for a violation of safety-related playing rules in Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers. Say what you will about being aware and "keeping your head on a swivel", Davis' hit was illegal by the letter of the National Football League law.

Davis plans to appeal the suspension, according to ESPN and Yahoo Sports.

It's the second concussion Adams has suffered this season. "It was intentional that he wanted to block him, and I just take it from the way he reacted he did not intend to hit him high or in the head".

Trevathan served a one-game suspension for the hit on Adams, who leads the Packers with 74 catches for 885 yards and 10 touchdowns this season.

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As expected, Adams still didn't care for the hit and went on bit of a Twitter rant Monday morning.

The NFL is reviewing the hit for potential discipline for Davis. "I truly respect you as a player and I made a mistake!"

Davis also was fined earlier in the year for a hit against Chicago that he appealed, so he was considered a repeat offender. In no way was I trying to hurt you.

Davis will be eligible to return to the Panthers' active roster on Monday, January 1 following the team's December 31 game against the Atlanta Falcons.

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