SEATTLE – The Seahawks won’t know if they have solid All-Pro security Jamal Adams For Saturday’s wild game with the Los Angeles Rams until match day, according to coach Pete Carroll.
Adams injured his left shoulder in the fourth quarter of the Seattle regular-season final against San Francisco 49 on Sunday. He returned for a short while, then ended the match on the sidelines. Carroll said after the match that the first word from the Seahawks’ medical staff was that Adams would be able to play this weekend, but appeared to back down from that initial optimism on Tuesday.
“He will work all week and see what he can accomplish and see if he’s alright,” said Carole Tuesday, before the Seahawks’ first training this week. “We’ll have to wait until match day to find out.”
Adams, who was acquired in a huge trade with the New York Jets last summer, led the Seahawks with 9.5 bags in the regular season, a NFL record for a defensive back. That was despite missing four matches due to a thigh injury. He returned in the ninth week, and then a week later he suffered an injury to his right shoulder while playing with it, in addition to breaking two fingers on his left hand.
After the Seahawks clinched a post-season pavement in Week 15, Adams excitedly shouted during his post-match video conference about going to the playoffs for the first time in his career. The victory cigars lit on camera after Seahawks beat the Rams a week later for the NFC West title.
“He didn’t attend the qualifiers and wanted to be a part of it and all of that, so he’s kind of crushed,” Carroll told 710 ESPN Seattle on Monday when speaking about Adams’ recent shoulder injury. “He’s very emotional and everything, and he’ll deal with it. We’ll see what happens (Monday) and the next couple of days, and see how he feels and everything. But he was injured, he took over, and he wanted me back in. We had to take off his helmet and all that on the sidelines because he wanted to fight With his buddies. So we’ll see what happens. I can’t tell you now. I don’t know. “
Adams was recently selected, All-Pro in 2019, at number three in a row in the Pro Bowl.
Ryan Neal He took command with strong safety when Adams was injured against the Dallas Cowboys in Week Three, and the Seattle win closed with an interception. Dak Prescott In the end zone. Illegal Free Agent 2018 has started the following 4 games and is intercepting it again.
“We have a lot of confidence in Ryan because of the way he plays,” said Carroll. “… he showed us he plays hard, he’s strong, he’s a playmaker, he’s very aggressive in his style of play. … so he’ll be ready to go if we need him and we’ll be happy with that. The game.”
Carroll also said a defensive intervention Gran Reed He feels “much better” than he did in the post-match game on Sunday after straining his slash. Carroll described this as cause for optimism.
“We’ll be careful with him during the week and see how he goes day by day,” said Carroll.
Plus, Carol is expecting a comeback Carlos Hyde To return this week after missing out on the 49ers game with a non-COVID-related illness. A rookie defensive end Daryl Taylor Tuesday is practiced for the first time; The Seahawks’ second round was selected on the all-season non-football related injury list due to a college leg injury.