Seattle Seahawks safety Jamal Adams will have shoulder surgery and miss the remainder of the season, according to multiple reports.
NFL Network reported that Adams suffered a torn labrum and "additional significant damage" Sunday in the Seahawks' 30-23 win against the San Francisco 49ers. He was in his second season with the Seahawks after spending the first three years of his career – including an All-Pro campaign in 2019 – with the New York Jets, which drafted him sixth overall in 2017.
In 2021, Adams registered 56 solo tackles (87 total) with two interceptions. A year after racking up 9.5 sacks, he had none this season.
Adams, without a contract extension from the Jets, demanded a trade before the 2020 season and landed with the Seahawks, who were eager to bolster their secondary.
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Seattle sent two first-round picks (2021 and 2022), with the next one likely to come within the top 10, as Seattle sits in last place in the NFC West at 4-8 entering Week 14.
Adams signed a four-year extension with the Seahawks before this season.
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Seahawks' Jamal Adams needs shoulder surgery, will miss rest of season