NFC Notes: Bears, Packers, Davante Adams, Vikings


  • Mike Garafolo reports that Morgan Moses had “fruitful talks” with the Bears but that he would have had to play left tackle instead of right tackle, where he is more comfortable.
  • Bears’ WR Marquise Goodwin has once again fallen short of earning an Olympic sport for the United States, having previously failed to make the long-jump finals in 2012. (Tom Schad)


Packers WR Davante Adams tells Graham Matthews of Bleacher Report that he’s “not planning on going anywhere,” assuming Aaron Rodgers remains in Green Bay. 

“That’s the plan, man. I’m not planning on going anywhere,” Adam said. “That’s only one piece of it, though. Obviously the quarterback situation helps it, but the stars got to align across the board as far as contractually. We’ll figure all that stuff out and let it happen. I’ll be at training camp like I said regardless, we’re going to play the season, and we’ll see how all of that pans out.

Adams was also asked what he felt the odds are of Rodgers returning to the Packers. 

“Honestly, I’m not a gambling man, so it’s tough to say what the chances are on that, but we’re all just praying that he comes back. That’s my guy. His locker is always going to be there. I don’t see him leaving and I pray that he doesn’t. We’re all just going to stay in good spirits and just let the chips fall where they may,” Adam said.


  • According to the Vikings’ Twitter account,  scout and consultant Conrad Cardano is officially retiring after 34 years with the organization.

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