Seahawks fans received a minor scare on Thursday, when their new superstar safety Jamal Adams appeared on the team’s injury report with an elbow injury. Though he was listed as a full participant in practice, Adams’ inclusion on the injury report was still not what anyone wanted to see ahead of a primetime game against the Patriots.
Thankfully, Seattle issued their final injury report ahead of Week 2 on Friday afternoon and Adams was nowhere to be found.
Updated Seahawks practice report. No status changes but Dorsett not practicing might lessen his odds of playing: pic.twitter.com/EysI9zZYWS— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) September 18, 2020
Tight end Will Dissly and tackle Duane Brown were also fully removed as expected, with both players having been managed during practices to begin the season.
Unfortunately for Phillip Dorsett, he did not participate in Friday’s practice after participating on a limited basis on Wednesday and Thursday. Listed as questionable, the wide receiver is surely desperate to make his Seahawks debut against his old team.
On Friday, Pete Carroll clarified Rasheem Green suffered a stinger during the Week 1 win over the Falcons and, listed as doubtful and without practicing this week, should miss Week 2. Also doubtful is Cedric Ogbuehi, who remains hampered by a pectoral strain from August. As a result, Chad Wheeler or Tommy Champion could be moved up from the practice squad ahead of Week 2.
While not entirely healthy, Seattle will have Adams and most of their roster available for Sunday Night Football against New England.