Schedule

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Fantasy News

  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Returns to practice Monday

    Adams (finger) was spotted practicing with his teammates Monday, Gregg Bell of the Tacoma News Tribune reports. Adams missed the previous three practices while having a broken finger examined in Dallas. He's back in Seattle and participating in training camp, indicating that neither the finger nor the shoulder injury that had previously bothered Adams are significant enough to keep the safety off the field.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Slated to miss time

    Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Thursday that Adams (shoulder) is expected to be unavailable with an issue on his surgically repaired hand, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Adams's expected return from a torn labrum suffered in his left shoulder last December will have to be put on hold due to this hand issue. Carroll did not provide a timeline for the one-time All-Pro's return while the safety seeks second opinions for his hand. Adams underwent surgery to repair broken fingers on the same hand in January 2021, so it's possible this current issue springs from this prior injury. As a result, backup safeties Ryan Neal and Marquise Blair should see increased reps during the starter's undetermined absence.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Notches second INT

    Adams made nine tackles (six solo), two pass breakups and an interception in Monday's 17-15 loss to Washington. Adams now has a career-high two interceptions this season, both of which were generated in the last three weeks. The 2017 first-round pick has often been criticized for his coverage skills. Adams now has 83 stops (54 solo) through 11 games, matching last year's mark. He will continue to be a high-end IDP contributor as long as he stays healthy.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Considered game-time decision

    Adams (groin) is a game-time decision for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports. Adams was added to the injury report with a groin issue Thursday, and he's officially listed as questionable for Week 11. He'll presumably test things out in pregame warmups Sunday before the Seahawks determine his status.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Committed to Seattle long term

    Adams reached an agreement Tuesday with the Seahawks on a contract extension worth $70 million over four years, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. There was talk Adams would attempt to reclassify as a linebacker instead of a safety for franchise tag purposes if the two sides were unable to break their stalemate. Instead, Adams appears to have agreed to the terms of the Seahawks' last offer, which included $38 million in guarantees. There may be some language in the contract itself that now made it amenable for Adams to put pen to paper, but either way he's become the highest paid safety in the league. With his future settled, he'll begin fully practicing with the team after being mainly a spectator at training camp until now.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Should be ready for training camp

    Following an excused absence from June minicamp, the Seahawks expect Adams to show up for the start of training camp in late July, NFL.com's Grant Gordon reports. Adams is scheduled to play out 2021 under the fifth-year option on his rookie contract, but he likely is aiming for a long-term extension that will make him the highest-paid safety in the NFL. While comments from coach Pete Carroll suggest the Seahawks aren't expecting a holdout, Adams could have other ideas if negotiations don't progress over the next few weeks. He should be healthy for the start of camp, coming back from January surgery on a torn labrum in his left shoulder. Adams had 83 tackles and 9.5 sacks in only 12 games last season, making a big splash in his first year with the Seahawks. In three years with the Jets, he averaged 91 tackles, 8.3 pass defenses, 4.0 sacks and 2.0 forced fumbles.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Won't need right shoulder surgery

    Adams does not need surgery on his right shoulder according to head coach Pete Carroll, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. While Adams is slated to undergo surgery for a torn left labrum, it is confirmed that surgery for his right shoulder isn't necessary. The safety played through multiple injuries this season that he'll spend the majority of his offseason healing from. Adams, who posted 83 tackles (59 solo), 9.5 sacks and a forced fumble in his first Seahawks season, will be healthy by the start of the 2021 season.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Multiple surgeries on tap

    Adams will undergo surgeries on his shoulder and finger after the Seahawks were eliminated from the playoffs by the Rams on Saturday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. The 25-year-old has been banged up throughout the season, and he also suffered a torn labrum in his left shoulder Week 17 against the 49ers, per Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest. Adams had 83 tackles (59 solo), 9.5 sacks and one forced fumble in 12 games this season and is entering the final year of his contract in 2021.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Continues pass-rushing domination

    Adams posted nine tackles (seven solo) and a sack in Sunday's 20-15 win over Washington. Adams has been remarkable as a pass rusher with the Seahawks, exceeding any reasonable expectations for the newcomer. The fourth-year safety has registered 9.5 sacks through 10 games, tied for seventh in the league. Every player ahead of him in the rankings has played at least 12 contests. Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports that Adams is dealing with a couple of broken fingers, but that's not expected to cause the All Pro to miss any time. Adams will look to hit double-digit sacks for the first time in his career next week against the Rams.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Notches sack against former team

    Adams made five tackles (two solo), a sack and a pass breakup in Sunday's 40-3 win over the Jets. Adams dropped an easy interception in the first half, which would've marked his first pick since Week 3 of the 2019 season. The fourth-year safety remains the Seahawks' top pass rusher, stacking up 8.5 sacks and 21 quarterback pressures through nine games. In fact, he ranks tied for eighth in the league in sacks despite missing four games this year. Adams will look to continue his dominance next week against Washington, as quarterback Alex Smith (calf) has been sacked on 7.9 percent of dropbacks this year.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Tied for team lead in sacks

    Adams made five tackles (four solo) and 1.5 sacks in Sunday's 44-34 loss to the Bills. Adams returned after sitting four games with a groin injury, and he was immediately disruptive once again. The fourth-year safety now has 3.5 sacks this season, a team high despite the extended absence. His work in coverage has been less appealing, however, as Adams has given up 272 yards when targeted over four games.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Limited again Thursday

    Adams (groin) was limited in Thursday's practice, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Adams has now logged back-to-back limited sessions to begin Week 9. Coach Pete Carroll has offered optimism that the star safety will return from his four-game absence against the Bills on Sunday, but in order to do so, Adams might have to upgrade to a full practice load Friday.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Limited reps Wednesday

    Adams (groin) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Coach Pete Carroll said earlier Wednesday that Adams was "full-go" at practice, so his limited tag likely is a product of a no-contact practice rather than a red flag about his groin injury. Carroll essentially cleared him for Sunday's game versus the Bills, but the All-Pro safety will need to avoid a setback through Friday's practice. Once he's ready to go, the Seahawks' defense will immediately be stronger at every level.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Reps to be managed in practice

    Coach Pete Carroll says that Adams (groin/illness) will be on a pitch count during upcoming practice sessions Wednesday and Thursday with hopes that he can play Week 9 against Buffalo, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. The two-time Pro-Bowl safety was on course to make his first appearance since Week 3 when the Seahawks hosted the 49ers on Sunday, but a non-COVID illness ended up keeping him on the shelf for an NFC West clash. With that in mind, Adams seemingly has a strong chance to suit up against the Bills so long as he can recover from his illness. The July trade acquisition had recorded 23 tackles and two sacks over his first three outings of the year.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Expected to play Week 9

    Coach Pete Carroll said Sunday that he anticipates Adams (groin/illness) being available against Buffalo in Week 9, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Carroll also noted that Adams was on track for Sunday's contest against the 49ers before suffering a setback in the form of a non-COVID illness. The star safety hasn't played a snap since Week 3, but if he's indeed able to return against the 6-2 Bills, his presence would provide Seattle's defense with a notable boost.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Not returning Week 8

    Adams (groin/illness) is inactive for Sunday's game against the 49ers. The 25-year-old was expected to return from the groin injury this week, but the injury limited his ability to practice. Adams will instead miss his fourth straight contest, and Ryan Neal (hamstring) should continue to start at strong safety for Seattle in his place.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Will be limited Wednesday

    Adams (groin) will be a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Adams returned to practice for the first time since suffering this groin injury back in Week 3 against the Cowboys. It's a crucial first step for the All-Pro safety's return to the lineup, and he has a good chance to return to action if he can avoid a setback this week. Adams would immediately kickstart a defense that ranks last in the league, allowing 368.7 passing yards per game. His availability for Sunday's matchup against the 49ers will be even more important if starting cornerback Shaquill Griffin (concussion/hamstring) can't go.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Not returning Week 7

    The Seahawks have ruled Adams (groin) out for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Even with the benefit of a Week 6 bye, Adams was not able to move past the strained groin that sidelined him for two games prior to Seattle's open date in the schedule. Given that Adams has yet to resume practicing since sustaining the injury, he could be in danger of missing additional games beyond Week 7.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: Misses practice Wednesday

    Adams (groin) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Adams was expected to have a good chance to return following the team's bye week, but his Wednesday practice status is concerning. According to Boyle, coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that "we need more information" before making a definitive statement on Adams' status, adding that the team is taking it "one day at a time." Thursday will be a critical day in determining whether Adams will be ready to return as a result.
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  • Seahawks' Jamal Adams: May miss Week 5

    In addition to missing Sunday's game against the Dolphins, coach Pete Carroll relayed Friday that Adams (groin) may also sit out Week 5's game against the Vikings, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. The Seahawks got off to a 3-0 start and are thinking of protecting the long-term health of Adams, as he would get three full weeks of rest if he doesn't play until after the team's Week 6 bye. Lano Hill (back) is next in line to start at strong safety, but considering he missed Friday's practice, Ryan Neal could slot into a starting role Sunday.
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