Wide receiver Davante Adams left the Green Bay Packers' game against the Kansas City Chiefs after just one series, re-aggravating a left ankle injury that forced him to miss the rest of the game.
The Packers still won the game, 38-28.
Adams hobbled off the field after the first series before walking back to the locker room. The Packers announced before the third quarter that he would not return.
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Adams first hurt the ankle during the Packers' win last week over Seattle.
Green Bay also lost tight end Andrew Quarless to a knee injury in the second quarter on Monday night. Quarless appeared to be favoring his right leg.
For the Chiefs, cornerback Phillip Gaines left late in the first quarter with a knee injury, further depleting a thin position for Kansas City.