Seahawks star safety Jamal Adams leaves Week 3 with groin injury


The injuries keep piling up on the Seahawks defense and it's all the big names.

Star safety Jamal Adams left the game in the second half with a groin injury. Adams' leg got caught in the CenturyLink Field turf while Adams was blitzing Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott. Adams tried to change direction and bent awkwardly.

Adams had two tackles and a pass defended before leaving the game. Ryan Neal, who was moved up from the practice squad, replaced Adams.

It goes without saying that losing Adams was an injury Seattle couldn't afford. The Seahawks secondary is getting torched for a third-straight week as Prescott is up over 400 yards passing.

The Seahawks are also playing without first-round pick Jordyn Brooks, who injured his knee in the second half. Add those names to the list of notable defensive injuries that includes Bruce Irvin (IR), Marquise Blair (IR) andQuinton Dunbar (inactive in Week 3/knee).