A little more than a week after he was taken off the field on a gurney, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams has been cleared from the concussion protocol and expects to play Sunday, a source told ESPN on Saturday.

The source said Adams was cleared shortly before the Packers boarded their plane for Dallas, where they will face the Cowboys on Sunday.

Adams had progressed through the various stages of the protocol through the week, even doing some individual drills in pads during Thursday's practice. He was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report, but he had not yet seen the independent neurologist at that time.

"Really, when you deal with the doctors and availability and scheduling, with it being an away game, I would say tomorrow, by the time we get on the plane, would be a fair deadline," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Friday.