Seahawks' Jamal Adams (shoulders, fingers) will require offseason surgery

Seattle Seahawks safety Jamal Adams will possibly require surgery in both of his shoulders this offseason, as well as surgery to repair broken fingers on his left hand, Adam Schefter reports.

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Schefter added that Adams played through the team's Wild Card Round loss to the Los Angeles Rams with a torn labrum in his left shoulder. It's a tremendous amount of pain to play through, but Adams gave the team his all this season.

Adams was elite when rushing the passer in 2020, leading the Seahawks in sacks with 9.5 and tying teammate K.J. Wright in tackles for a loss (11). However, Adams struggled in coverage, allowing a career-worst 9.5 yards per target and a 106.3 passer rating when targeted. He'll look to build on a solid season for the Seahawks in his second year with the organization.