Jamal Adams Injury Update: What We Know About the Seattle Seahawks DB

Jamal Adams was finally able to return to the field on Monday. But the Seattle Seahawks safety suffered another injury just a few plays into tonight's game.

Monday night marked Jamal Adams’ first game with the Seattle Seahawks since Week 1 of the 2022 season. After missing most of last year — and the first three games of this season — with a torn quadriceps tendon, Adams finally returned to the field tonight.

But the veteran safety suffered another injury on Seattle’s first defensive drive. What happened to Adams in Week 4?

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Jamal Adams Injury Update

Adams went down after making a tackle on New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones. While Adams brought Jones down, his helmet collided with Jones’ leg.

Adams appeared woozy after going down and soon left the field to be examined in the blue medical tent.

The Seahawks announced Adams was being evaluated for a concussion. He initially came out of the medical tent but then went back in with an NFL concussion official.

Adams was clearly frustrated that he was being removed from the game by the red hat official, technically known as an unaffiliated neurotrauma consultant.

Adams continued to yell and point at the concussion official and eventually had to be separated from him. He finally departed for Seattle’s locker room.

The Seahawks subsequently announced that Adams will not return to Monday night’s game.

Seattle has a Week 5 bye, which could give Adams enough time to return for Week 6.

Adams, who joined the Seahawks via trade in 2020 and signed a four-year extension in 2021, initially suffered a torn labrum in Week 12 of the 2021 campaign. He missed the rest of that season as the Seahawks missed the playoffs.

Adams then injured his left quad tendon in 2022’s opening game. After sitting out for the entire season, the 27-year-old admitted he considered retirement.

“I thought about retiring,” Adams said. “I thought about a lot of things. ‘Is this going to be it for me?’ I don’t know.

“But eventually, after I got that MRI, I told myself I’m going to be back.”

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