Jamal Adams played through torn labrum, anticipates two offseason surgeries


Jamal Adams revealed the extent of the shoulder injury he suffered late in the fourth quarter of the Seahawks Week 17 win over the 49ers: a torn labrum that he'll need to have surgery on now that the offseason is here.

Adams played through the injury during Seattle's 30-20 Wild Card Round loss to the Rams on Saturday. The star safety was clearly restricted in his mobility due to the injury. He was unable to extend his left arm on a pair of passes thrown his way that he was in position to make a play on. Adams still finished the game with a trio of pass breakups and a few big hits.

Adams said he'll also need offseason surgery on the two broken fingers on his left hands.

He also suffered an injury to his other shoulder earlier in the season and missed four games due to a groin injury. Adams gave Seattle everything, but it was surely a frustrating campaign for him given all of the injuries he sustained.