Seahawks HC Pete Carroll told reporters Monday that S Jamal Adams is not yet able to run following his groin injury late in the Week 3 win over Dallas, according to The Seattle Times. That doesn't necessarily mean Adams won't be ready by Sunday night. "I'm gonna hold out hope," Carroll added. "It's just too early in the week to know." We'll see about the safety's participation in practice this week. The Sunday night kickoff could further complicate the lineup decision for IDP owners, though, if Adams turns up questionable. It's also worth noting that Seattle has a Week 6 bye, which could factor into the decision on whether Adams plays in Week 5.
ESPN's Brady Henderson reports that Seahawks S Jamal Adams will miss the rest of the season with what Henderson calls an injury to the quadriceps tendon in Adams' left leg. The veteran is set for surgery. We'll see about further details of the injury and the expected return timeline. Josh Jones is the next man up at safety for Seattle.
Seahawks S Jamal Adams will need surgery on his left knee after suffering an injury in Monday night's opener that reportedly included quad damage. HC Pete Carroll confirmed that Tuesday, though the extent of Adams' injury and expected return timeline is not yet clear. S Josh Jones will fill in and should present some tackle upside for deeper IDP leagues. Jones flashed in the past as a tackle collector with the Packers but didn't play well enough in coverage to keep a starting gig anywhere.
Seahawks S Jamal Adams left in the 2nd quarter of Monday night's game against the Broncos after injuring his left knee. Adams went from the sideline to the locker room on the cart, and ESPN reported that he was clearly upset. The team called him doubtful to return. We'll see about the diagnosis.
Seahawks S Jamal Adams broke a finger on the 1st day of training camp. After getting multiple opinions, he'll return to practice with a "special cast" and a club on the hand, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. It's also "likely" that Adams will need surgery after the season. We'd bet on Adams not being hampered overall by the finger, though playing with a club necessarily makes intercepting passes more difficult. Adams will certainly remain draftable in IDP leagues but doesn't stand out as a target in our DB rankings.
Seahawks S Jamal Adams will need season-ending shoulder surgery. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Adams tore the labrum in his left shoulder Sunday and "suffered additional damage." It's the same shoulder in which Adams tore the labrum last year and required surgery. Rapoport says Adams is expected to fully recover ahead of the 2022 campaign. Ryan Neal filled in for Adams against the 49ers and looks like the replacement going forward.
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