Jamal Adams finally is a “full-go” at practice

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In Week Three, Seahawks safety Jamal Adams suffered a groin strain. He’s moving closer to finally returning from it.

Via John Boyle of Seahawks.com, coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday Adams “is full-go” at practice today.

This means that Adams likely will appear on the injury report as fully participating in practice on Wednesday. The official report will be released later tonight.

If he fully participates all week and has no setbacks, Adams could return on Sunday, when the Seahawks visit the Bills in Buffalo.

7 responses to “Jamal Adams finally is a “full-go” at practice

  1. touchback6 says:
    November 4, 2020 at 7:15 pm

    oh goody!

    Now he can command 20 mil per after this week’s game when he gets dusted in coverage.

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    yea against the bills vaunted passing attack…LOL! you guys are funny

  2. We only got to see a short amount of him on the field but he looked like Seattle’s most impactful defensive player and that is even with All World Bobby Wagner out there.

  3. The Seahawks were fleeced pretty badly by the Jets in the Jamal Adams deal. SEA gave up 2 1st round picks for a safety, they now longer have no top picks in 2021/22 and w/ All-Pro SS Budda Baker in that division Adams isn’t even the best safety in the division which is kind of funny as SEA thought he would be an he’s been hurt all year pretty much. I still cannot believe they gave up what they did for Adams & now wont have a 1st round pick for 2yrs with an aging defense on the other side of the ball that’s badly in need of a pass rush. 32yr old Dunlap isn’t fixing that.

  4. onlyconservativeopinionsallowedhere says:
    November 4, 2020 at 9:50 pm
    touchback6 says:
    November 4, 2020 at 7:15 pm

    oh goody!

    Now he can command 20 mil per after this week’s game when he gets dusted in coverage.

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    yea against the bills vaunted passing attack…LOL! you guys are funny
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    The Bills passing attack has been excellent this year as Josh Allen has taken a huge leap forward in 2020 with the addition of Diggs to that football team. I’m not even a Bills fan I just live on earth and pay attention to NFL news. SEA is terrible in coverage, their CB’s/Safeties have real issues in coverage and Buffalo has an excellent core of pass catchers, SEA is going to have real trouble in coverage. Buffalos problem is their defense not their offense.

  5. billymadison85 says:
    November 5, 2020 at 12:18 pm
    The Seahawks were fleeced pretty badly by the Jets in the Jamal Adams deal. SEA gave up 2 1st round picks for a safety, they now longer have no top picks in 2021/22 and w/ All-Pro SS Budda Baker in that division Adams isn’t even the best safety in the division which is kind of funny as SEA thought he would be an he’s been hurt all year pretty much. I still cannot believe they gave up what they did for Adams & now wont have a 1st round pick for 2yrs with an aging defense on the other side of the ball that’s badly in need of a pass rush. 32yr old Dunlap isn’t fixing that

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    They never pick well in the first round anyways . The last good 1 rounder was etIII.

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