Quandre Diggs and DK Metcalf disagreed with this take on Jamal Adams
Jamal Adams won’t be around when the Seahawks start their OTAs next week. Adams is still rehabbing the torn quad he suffered in Week 1 against the Broncos and the team brass says they don’t know when he will be returning, exactly.
Some folks think that Adams should be at the VMAC, though: namely former Seahawks/Washington QB Brock Huard, who shared a video explaining why.
Two of Adams’ teammates seem to disagree. First, free safety Quandre Diggs shared the story with a message that Adams sticking to his routine is more important than being present for non-contact practices.
Bad take Brock.. I love you and the show but sticking to your rehab routine is way more important than standing out there for shirts and shorts. https://t.co/1wNFIQvQBe
— Nino (@qdiggs6) May 17, 2023
Star wide receiver DK Metcalf shared an RT of Diggs’ sentiment.
🗣️ RT https://t.co/BPnlpkk3Le
— DeKaylin Metcalf (@dkm14) May 18, 2023
Later, Diggs elaborated, saying Adams’ teammates understand why he won’t be around next week.
What’s crazy is nobody said that last year when I rehabbed in Austin the whole time and was voted team captain…His teammates know what he’s doing to get right and we understand! ✊🏾 https://t.co/eeIgpJeo8H
— Nino (@qdiggs6) May 18, 2023
While it’s a bummer to have that much money on the sidelines, we’ll defer to Diggs and DK on this one, especially considering Adams broke his finger in a freak accident during the team’s first training camp practice of 2022. The Seahawks are stuck with Adams, so they need to keep him healthy as long as they can until the regular season begins.
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