This is just brutal news for the Seattle Seahawks. While the team is still riding high following the Week 1 upset win over the Denver Broncos, some rough news has come in on star safety Jamal Adams, who left the game early on Monday night.
According to a report, Adams will have surgery on his injured quad and he'll now be out for the rest of the season. This is the worst-case scenario for Pete Carroll and the Hawks.
Adams has battled injuries from the moment he arrived to Seattle from the New York Jets. Now, fans are going to have to wait until 2023 to see him in action again.