Most notably, Carroll said the team would take it throughout the week with Jamal Adams, with a decision on his status unlikely to come before gameday. Adams was held out of the first practice of the week.
Pete Carroll starting his presser today. Says Jamal Adams will work through the week and then they'll figure it out on gameday. Probably not going to be real clarity on that until Saturday.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) January 5, 2021
Jarran Reed, who suffered an oblique strain in Week 17, felt better from Monday to Tuesday according to Carroll. He added the team would be careful with the defensive tackle in practice throughout the week, and sure enough, Reed too sat out of practice.
Pete Carroll said they'll "be real careful" with Jarran Reed all week. Said he's feeling a lot better now than this weekend. #Seahawks— John Boyle (@johnpboyle) January 5, 2021
After staying back in Seattle over the weekend with an illness, Carlos Hyde returned to the team on Tuesday, practicing in a full capacity, and will be ready to play on Saturday. In his absence, Rashaad Penny and Alex Collins saw carries behind Chris Carson.
Pete Carroll said Carlos Hyde is back this week after missing Sunday's game due to illness. #Seahawks— John Boyle (@johnpboyle) January 5, 2021
While all eyes will be on Adams’ status throughout the week, it seems likely if there is even a chance he can play, he will.