Still no Jamal Adams at Seahawks practice

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With Week Eight approaching, the Seahawks have gotten fewer than three games from safety Jamal Adams. It’s looking like they may not have him on Sunday against the 49ers.

Adams still hasn’t practiced since suffering a groin strain in Week Three against the Cowboys. This week, Adams also is listed as having a non-COVID illness.

Also missing practice were tailbacks Chris Carson (foot), Carlos Hyde (hamstring), and Travis Homer (knee). That leaves rookie DeeJay Dallas as the only tailback in Seattle who practiced; however, he also appears on the injury report with an arm problem.

Other Seahawks missing practice were guard Mike Iupati (back), cornerback Shaquil Griffin (conccussion/hamstring), safety Ugo Amadi (hamstring), defensive end Benson Mayowa (ankle), and tackle Duane Brown (knee/rest).

The 5-1 Seahawks host the surging 49ers on Sunday afternoon.

4 responses to “Still no Jamal Adams at Seahawks practice

  1. More draft picks wasted on yet another one year rental. Not much is new. The draft picks they have, especially on the defensive side, also resulted in busts. So I suppose it is not a big loss.

  2. I love how the first two commenters act as if Seattle wont be able to use him during the stretch run when he is fully healthy. Ever think that they are maybe letting him heal 100% (i mean it IS a groin) so he is there for their last 8-9 games?

  3. krakenit says:
    October 30, 2020 at 11:37 am
    I love how the first two commenters act as if Seattle wont be able to use him during the stretch run when he is fully healthy. Ever think that they are maybe letting him heal 100% (i mean it IS a groin) so he is there for their last 8-9 games?
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    I mean…these are the same folks who declared this deal the heist of the century for the Jets as if Adams isn’t an All Pro and as if the Jets won’t just waste the picks anyway (or perhaps more accurately…ruin whoever it is unlucky enough to be drafted by them).

    Jamal’s injury has been a bummer for sure, but given what it is, it is definitely best to keep him out until he is 100%. The geniuses acting like he doesn’t want to play or is milking it seem to forget that even though he wanted out of NY…he still turned in All Pro seasons for them. The guy is a baller.

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