After rehabbing, Seahawks safety Jamal Adams can now do ‘everything’

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Seattle Seahawks safety Jamal Adams returned to the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton this week for physicals and the start of the team’s mandatory minicamp on Tuesday. His plan is to be ready to go by training camp later in the summer.

Adams spent the offseason undergoing procedures and rehabbing both his shoulder and fingers, two of which he had fused after suffering numerous dislocations.

Adams wasn’t a full participant in Tuesday’s practice, but he was able to participate in the walk-through with fellow safety Quandre Diggs.

“God is good, man, I’m back,” Adams told reporters. “I’m feeling good, just going to take it day to day, and obviously be ready for training camp.”

He was then asked what he was physically able to do at this point in his recovery and his response was succinct; “Everything,” Adams said.

The Seahawks return to the practice field on Wednesday for the second day of minicamp.

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