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Seahawks’ Jamal Adams Early Return Ended Due To Concussion

Seahawks' Jamal Adams Early Return Ended Due To Concussion

Seahawks safety Jamal Adams suffered a concussion on the opening series of Seattle’s 24-3 win over the New York Giants on Monday night which took him out of play early. 

Adam was playing for the first time since tearing his left quad tendon in last season’s opener. 

He got kicked in the head and so he misses this game, but the preparation to get him to this and then with the week coming off, he’s going to be fine, I’m sure, and then be back out there,” Carroll said. “So it’s just a little glitch right now.”

Adams went down in the ninth play of the game. He stayed down and then appeared dizzy as he was helped by the medical staff out of the field. 

A few minutes later, Adam came out from the medical tent yelling at one of the NFL’s unaffiliated neurotrauma consultants while being held back by the team’s head athletic trainer and two members of the Seahawks’ security staff.

“By the time they got all the assessments done, he couldn’t play,” Carroll said when asked about Adams’ frustration.

“Somebody said something that wasn’t with us. It was somebody else that he might have responded to. I’m not sure about that.”

Adams still appeared worked up while being led off the field. 

“Just with dealing with Jamal, he’s a great person, great energy that we love to have on the field at all times, and when he goes down like that it’s always motivating,” Seahawks receiver DK Metcalf said.

“That’s one of our brothers going down. So, we’ve got to pick him up and dedicate the rest of the game to him, because he would do anything just to be out there playing with us.

“So, just happy he got to play a game with us this year, and he’ll be back real soon.”

Heading into Monday, the 27-year-old Adams had missed 28 of a possible 53 regular-season games because of injury since the Seahawks acquired him in a blockbuster trade with the New York Jets in 2020. 

“He’ll be fine,” Carroll said. “Frustrating start, but all of the work he did to get here is what preps him for the next time coming around, and he’s going to be a big part of what we’re doing.”

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