Packers' Davante Adams peppered with questions about Aaron Rodgers during "Touchdowns for Charity" stop in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- He was there to pay it forward.
Instead, Davonte Adams was asked to look into a crystal ball and predict if injured quarterback Aaron Rodgers is ready to come back.
Adams took it all in stride while presenting a $36,000 check to Hunger Task Force.
It's part of the Packers' "Touchdowns for Charity" program with Sargento Foods which committed $1,000 for every touchdown in the regular season.
Adams told reporters that he has no idea if Rodgers will return on Sunday. While admitting to some excitement about the possibility of the MVP's return, Adams was mindful to be respectful to back up, Brett Hundley.
"It would huge. It would give us the boost we need to move forward. If he's back that'll be a great treat for us. If not we have faith that Brett will get it done."
In 15 years, Touchdowns for Charity has raised $1.2 million.