Adams didn't practice Wednesday but participated in the team walkthrough, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
The 25-year-old reported to training camp Tuesday as he continues to negotiate a contract extension with the Seahawks. According to Liz Matthews of USA Today, Adams is taking things slow early in camp after undergoing offseason surgery, though there doesn't seem to be any doubt about his availability for the start of the regular season.
Adams has reported for the start of training camp, NFL reporter Josina Anderson reports.
Adams' absence during June minicamp was excused by the team, and in spite of a recent report from Ian Rapoport of NFL Network that the two sides are not close to an extension, it looks that he has no plans for a holdout. The 25-year-old is coming off multiple surgeries, including a January procedure to repair a torn labrum, but it appears that he'll kick off training camp without issue. Adams will play out the final year of his rookie deal this season, barring a resolution to his contract situation.
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.
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.
Adams is slated to undergo offseason surgery to repair a torn left labrum in his shoulder, and he may also require a procedure for his right shoulder, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Additionally, Adams will require a more minor surgery to address multiple injured fingers on his left hand, so the star safety looks poised to spend much of his offseason in rehab mode. While the exact nature of Adams' right shoulder issue isn't known, the labrum surgery will likely keep him sidelined for OTAs, though he should be cleared for full activities before the start of the 2021 season. Despite being well below full strength for much of his first season in Seattle, Adams appeared in 13 games -- including Saturday's 30-20 wild-card loss to the Rams -- and compiled 87 tackles, 9.5 sacks and a forced fumble in those contests.
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.
Adams (shoulder/hand) does not carry an injury designation into Saturday's wild-card matchup against the Rams after being listed as a limited practice participant Thursday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Adams will fight through pain if he has to, stating Wednesday that he's willing to do "whatever it takes" to suit up against the Rams in what will be the first playoff appearance of his career, per Brady Henderson of ESPN.com. Not only is the three-time Pro Bowl safety contending with a right shoulder injury, according to Henderson, but he is also playing through two broken fingers on his left hand. The 106.3 passer rating Adams has surrendered over 46 targets in coverage this season is far from ideal. However, his 9.5 sacks in 12 appearances are three more than any other Seahawk defender this year.
Adams (shoulder/hand) was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Despite a limited tag Wednesday and being called a game-time decision by head coach Pete Carroll, Adams relayed to Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle that he's "full-go" and will play in Saturday's wild-card game against the Rams. Adams led the Seahawks with 9.5 sacks over just 12 games this year, adding 83 tackles and three pass breakups as well.
Coach Pete Carroll said Adams (shoulder/hand) is expected to be a game-time decision for Saturday's playoff game against the Rams, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
According to Boyle, the 25-year-old was listed as a non-participant on Tuesday's estimated practice report. Carroll initially indicated he expected Adams to be able to play against Los Angeles, but his availability appears to be in question.
Adams hurt his shoulder in Sunday's regular season finale against the 49ers and was in and out of the game after suffering the injury, but coach Pete Carroll said after the game that trainers believe Adams will be available for the wild-card round against the Rams next week, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
Carroll added that Adams' injury was to his other shoulder as opposed to the one he injured earlier this year, suggesting this isn't an aggravation of a previous injury. The Seahawks paid a hefty sum, which included two first-round picks, to acquire Adams from the Jets this offseason, and he responded by a setting a defensive-back record with 9.5 sacks for a defense that started slowly but picked it up down the stretch.
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.
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.
Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Adams is "at about 85 percent" due to a lingering shoulder injury, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Adams' condition hasn't affected his performance, as he has piled up 20 tackles and two sacks over the past two games. There may be an ongoing risk of re-injury for the All-Pro safety, but he's a surefire IDP asset on a weekly basis due to his significant ceiling.
Adams made nine tackles (six solo) and a sack in Monday's 23-17 win over the Eagles.
Adams has juggled responsibilities as a safety, cornerback and edge rusher, and his numbers followed through accordingly. Through seven games, Adams has produced 47 tackles (31 solo) and a career-high 6.5 sacks through seven contests. Despite missing four games this year, Adams leads the Seahawks' defense in sacks by a wide margin. The 25-year-old should be confidently started in IDP fantasy formats.
Adams recorded seven tackles (six solo), two sacks and a forced fumble in Sunday's 23-16 loss to the Rams.
Adams hurt his shoulder on the opening drive and went directly to the locker room, but he returned quickly and ended up playing 67 of 70 defensive snaps. He was quite productive, too, and coach Pete Carroll has already cleared Adams for Thursday's matchup against the Cardinals, according to Brady Henderson of ESPN.com, a notion that is backed up by his full participation in Monday's practice estimate. Adams continues to be a stud for IDP purposes, as he's piled up 33 tackles (24 solo) and 5.5 sacks in the four games he finished healthy.
Adams (shoulder) returned Sunday's game against the Rams, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Adams was evaluated in the locker room after suffering a shoulder injury early in the first quarter, but he quickly returned to retake his role at strong safety.
Adams was forced out of Sunday's game against the Rams with a shoulder injury, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Adams left early in the first quarter and immediately went to the locker room. The Seahawks' secondary is already banged up, as starting cornerbacks Shaquill Griffin (hamstring) and Quinton Dunbar (knee) are inactive. Ryan Neal likely will step up at strong safety until Adams can return, but the All-Pro safety's absence affects the entire defensive dynamic, specifically the pass rush.
Adams was forced out of Sunday's game against the Rams with an undisclosed injury, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
Adams returned to action last week after missing four games with a groin injury, and he went to the locker room this Sunday after just one defensive drive. The team hasn't revealed the nature of Adams' injury, but that report should be available if the All-Pro safety doesn't return soon.
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.
Adams (groin) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Bills, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
The Seahawks haven't finished Friday's practice yet, but barring a setback with his groin in that session, Adams is poised to rejoin the secondary following a four-game absence. His return should provide a big boost to a Seattle pass defense that has struggled mightily throughout the season, though the team will be without the services of its No. 1 cornerback in Shaquill Griffin (hamstring/concussion). Before missing time with the injury, Adams tallied 23 tackles and two sacks through his first three games with the Seahawks.
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