NFL world reacts to Jamal Adams announcement

Even though Jamal Adams was officially removed from the physically unable to perform list the week before last, the Seahawks are still unprepared to have their All-Pro safety play in Week 1.

Coach Pete Caroll informed Adams on Friday that he will not play in the team's first game of the season, which will be played against the Los Angeles Rams.

Adams was unable to play last season after tearing a quadriceps tendon in the first game of the season. 

According to ESPN, the 27-year-old player has only participated in walk-throughs since being activated from the PUP list on August 24. He hasn't taken part in a practise since that day.

Carroll mentioned this to Seattle's 93.3 KJR-FM radio, according to ESPN. "If you watched him work out, you would not think that he couldn't go," said Carroll. 

"He's putting in a lot of work, but we need to make sure that once he's back, he stays back." As a result, we'll be extra cautious in how we manage the problem."

"This will be a long season, and there will still be a significant portion of the season left, whether it's the first two games or something else."

 I have no reason to be concerned. I just want him to be healthy, confident, and ready to continue anytime he wants.

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