Adams arrested on misdemeanors

Packer scout moves to Cleveland

Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Montravius Adams was arrested and charged with three midsemeanors this week.  On Tuesday, police in Houston County, Georgia booked Adams on charges of driving with a suspended license, driving without insurance and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.   Adams posted bond will have a court date set.

The Packers say they are aware of the situation but they won't have any other comment because it is a pending legal matter.

Adams is entering his fourth year with the team and after injuries slowed his career early he was expected to play a key role on the team's defensive line last season.  After starting a couple of games, his production trailed and he saw very limited playing time.

Charles Walls is leaving the organization and heading to the Cleveland Browns.  The area scout will become Cleveland's national college scout.   Walls had been with the Packers for seven years, working under both Ted Thompson and Brian Gutekunst, serving the past five seasons as the Southwest area college scout.

Mark Daniels

I’ve got Green and Gold in my blood having grown up in Titletown and it’s been a treat watching and covering sports from the Packers to the preps for you in Green Bay for Midwest Communications.
As a kid, I chased Packer players for autographs, I’m still chasing ‘em now for quotes on the big play or big game. I’ve had the opportunity to cover Super Bowls, the World Series, Stanley Cup Finals, NBA playoffs and major championship golf over the years but I get just as much enjoyment following the college scene at UWGB or St. Norbert, the Green Bay Gamblers and high school sports.
Our prep coverage was honored as the best of 2007 reinforcing our commitment to give these hard working boys and girls their due.
My work has also been recognized by the Associated Press and Wisconsin Broadcasters Association with several achievement awards.
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My wife Kari and I have raised two active children which has kept us involved in both school and club athletics for nearly 15 years. Chances are you’ll see me on a golf course when the weather’s nice. My roots are deep and that’s why I’m so enthusiastic about this area’s sporting scene, and as I often say, “Watching kids play games helps keep me young!”
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