Davante Adams, technically, remains day-to-day as he recovers from a turf toe injury suffered against the Eagles on Sept. 26. But for the 26-year-old Packers wide receiver, there’s far more to the injury than something he has dealt with ahead of, Jim Owczarski of Packersnews.com reports.

Namely, the discomfort involved.

Adams has suffered and played by way of his share of injuries, such as a substantial ankle injury in 2015, but he admitted the discomfort and the inability to even produce a push off the ground was alarming. Calling it a “major injury,” he wasn’t about to speculate on a prospective return date.

“We’re just actually attempting to pace it at this point,” Adams mentioned. “I cannot actually inform you when I’m going to play. It does not really feel how I want it to really feel at the moment, but we certainly have time, so we’ll just sort of play this factor (out), and I know Mr. (Matt) LaFleur will certainly be capable to take care of any other concerns with regards to that.”