Davante Adams suffered a turf toe injury in the fourth quarter of Thursday night's Green Bay Packers-Philadelphia Eagles game.
Adams was unable to put his right shoe on after the game and when asked if the toe was too swollen or too painful to put his shoe on, the receiver said, "I don't even want to try."
He totaled 10 catches for 180 yards, but missed the final 10 minutes of the game.
The Packers failed to score from the 1-yard line and 3-yard line on two drives without Adams.
"It sucks," Adams said. "You feel like in situations like that, you let the team down. Obviously I would've been out there if I could, but I'm in a little bit of pain, and it was tough. With a toe injury and the type of player I am -- what my game is based on is explosion and things like that, so if I can't get out there and really do my thing how I want and I'm in a lot of pain, I'm sure my teammates understand that.
"But it's tough, because I feel like those are the type of moments that I'm built for and I've been able to capitalize in bringing home a win -- or help bring home a win -- for my team in the past, so it sucks."