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Seahawks safety Jamal Adams tore his labrum and will miss the remainder of the 2012 season.
Adams suffered the injury in Week 13 against the 49ers. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports he's expected to make a full recovery for 2022.
Jamal Adams and the Seahawks have come to terms on a four-year extension worth $70 million.
This makes Adams the highest paid safety in the league. The deal includes $38 million guaranteed. Adams had been around the team in training camp, but not practicing, so he should start practicing with the team very soon now that he has secured the extension he was looking for.
Jamal Adams is reportedly not participating in practice at Seahawks camp as he continues to wait on a contract extension.
Duane Brown is in the same boat as well. Adams reported to avoid a fine and was still very engaging with the players, coaches and fans according to the Seattle Times. Bobby Wagner was once in a similar situation and made it clear that he and the rest of the players are supporting Adams in his current stance. “We can’t wait for [Adams] to be back there out on the field,’’ Wagner said. “[Adams is] deserving of everything that he’s looking for, and we as players support him.”
Jamal Adams reported to the Seahawks training camp on Tuesday.
Adams is expected to participate in Seattle's training camp despite the two sides reportedly not being close on a contract extension. He never threatened to holdout, so Adams and the Seahawks will likely continue to work on an agreement between now and the start of the season. He will make $9.9 million this year before becoming an unrestricted free agent next offseason if the two sides are unable to come to an agreement.
Per Ian Rapoport, Around the NFL took to Twitter to share that Jamal Adams and the Seahawks were not "close at all" on an extension, but that Adams is expected to report to camp.
After not participating at the Seahawks mandatory minicamp, Adams is expected to report to training camp, though he’s still not close to an extension with the team. Adams is running out of leverage, and it’s hard to project what the Seahawks will agree to after dealing out multiple high draft picks for him last summer.