Former New York Jets strong safety Jamal Adams has exited the Seattle Seahawks-Los Angeles Rams game with a shoulder injury.
After missing four games with a groin injury, the Seattle Seahawks safety returned in Week 9. Just one week later, the LSU product made his way to the locker room in the first quarter after injuring his shoulder.
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Adams, 25, remains one of the best safeties in the NFL. The first-team All-Pro in 2019 manufactured headlines that helped him out of New Jersey, eventually landing in the Great Northwest.
The Adams drama was so loud that it ultimately resulted in a blockbuster trade. Joe Douglas acquired two first-round picks, a third-rounder and Bradley McDougald in exchange for the disgruntled star safety and a fourth-rounder.
In three years with the Jets (46 games), Adams collected 12 sacks, two interceptions, 23 quarterback hits, 28 tackles for loss and 273 total tackles. This year, he’s tallied 3.5 sacks and 28 total tackles in just four games (prior to this week’s contest).
Initially, the Seahawks labeled Adams as questionable to return with a shoulder injury. He has since returned to action. The Rams lead Jamal Adams‘s Seahawks 10-7 after one quarter of play. Whether or not he remains in the contest for the entirety of the afternoon remains to be seen.