Reports earlier this week indicated Jamal Adams would report to training camp on time Tuesday, and the Seahawks safety indeed has shown up at the team facility.
Adams, 25, still wants a contract extension and the sides reportedly are not “close at all.” So, despite being in the building, Adams might not practice without a new deal.
Adams will become the highest-paid safety in the NFL. That was all but assured when the Seahawks gave up what they gave up to get Adams from the Jets a year ago.
He is set to play out this season on his fifth-year option, which carries a salary of $9.86 million. Justin Simmons became the league’s highest-paid safety in March, signing a four-year deal that averages $15.25 million per year.