Seahawks safety Jamal Adams is known around the league as one of the toughest players in the league.
And even though he missed much of the season due to injuries, it could have been a lot more if he didn’t fight through the pain.
Adams sustained four injuries in the first three games-- dislocated ring finger, hyperextended elbow, dislocated middle finger, strained groin.
And on the final game of the regular season, Adams suffered a dislocated shoulder on a pass rush against the San Francisco 49ers that resulted in a torn labrum.
Now a month into the offseason for Adams and getting the necessary surgeries, he is progressively getting back to his normal healthy self and updating fans on his social media platforms.
Adams even went as far as saying he is "kicking rehab's ass".
Adams, 26, should be healthy and ready to go come the start of the 2021 regular season.
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