Packers' Eddie Lacy, Davante Adams both leave with ankle injuries

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Even after trainers re-taped Eddie Lacy's right ankle, the Green Bay Packers running back was taken to the locker room for further evaluation late in the first quarter of Sunday night's game against the Seattle Seahawks.

The Packers said his return was questionable.

Shortly after that, Packers receiver Davante Adams followed Lacy to the locker room because of an ankle injury. His return also was questionable.

Adams was injured in the second quarter after he caught a 13-yard pass.

Only minutes before that, Lacy was taken to the locker room on a cart. Initially, it appeared Lacy was going to return to the game after Dr. Pat McKenzie examined him on the sideline.

Lacy did not return to the game after picking up one yard on a toss play to convert a third-and-1 on the game's opening drive. Two plays later, Aaron Rodgers hit James Jones for a 29-yard touchdown for the game's first score.

James Starks replaced Lacy. With rookie Alonzo Harris inactive, the Packers brought only two halfbacks into the game.

The Packers also lost defensive end Josh Boyd to an ankle injury in the second quarter. He was ruled out.