Packers wide receiver Davante Adams was back home Friday after being taken to a hospital following a helmet hit during Thursday night's win over the Chicago Bears. Adams offered an update on his status on Twitter: The Packers were upset by the hit on Adams from Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan in the third quarter of their 35-14 win at Lambeau Field. Adams had to be taken off the field on a gurney after being motionless immediately following Trevathan's helmet-to-helmet contact at the end of an 8-yard reception. Packers cornerback Davon House called the hit "disgusting" after he watched a replay in the locker room. The hit was so hard that it sent Adams' mouthpiece flying into the air, and wide receivers Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson immediately motioned to the sideline for help. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, among others, voiced his displeasure over both the hit and Trevathan's reaction.