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Jamal Adams is a spectator as the Seahawks begin their training camp

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Renton, Wash. (Associated Press) — Jamal Adams took to the field for about an hour at Seattle Seahawks’ first training camp as a spectator.



Seattle Seahawks powerful safety Jamal Adams walks off the field following an NFL football practice Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Renton, Washington.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)


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Seattle Seahawks powerful safety Jamal Adams walks off the field following an NFL football practice Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Renton, Washington. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

Coach Pete Carroll said this would have happened with Adams even if there were no ongoing contract extension talks, citing a few off-season surgeries, a notable safety needed to stay healthy.



Seattle Seahawks powerful safety Jamal Adams walks off the field following an NFL football practice Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Renton, Washington.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren): Seahawks football


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He’s not working yet,” Carroll said following his first workout on Wednesday. “So it’s okay for this time now. He’s out for walkthroughs. He’s in meetings and all that sort of thing.”



Fans sit on a grassy area to watch soccer practice at the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Renton, Washington.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)


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Fans sit on a grassy area to watch football practice at the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Renton, Washington. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

While Carroll may cover a bit for Adams in the short term, the coach remains confident that the retention contract case can be resolved in the near coming.

Adams is entering the final year of his start-up deal, and since his trade from the New York Jets to Seattle a year ago, the Seahawks have realized that the time has come when they can expect to get paid.

Adams underwent informal surgery on both his hands and shoulder. But if a deal is finalized to secure his coming, don’t be surprised to see Adams on the field soon following.

“Talks (regarding the contract) have been going on for some time and have been very friendly,” Carroll said. “He is in a pleasing place. They have worked firm up to this point. I am very hopeful that he will be taken concern of here soon.”

Adams was one of a handful of Seahawks who only watched Wednesdays. Duane Brown was also a spectator but Carroll said he took part in the team tour earlier today. The 35-year-old has indicated that he wants a unused contract as he prepares to start his 15th season.

The pick of a rookie D’Wayne Eskridge in the second round could take longer to take the field. He was listed as physically unable to perform due to a toe injury.

Carroll said the problem first surfaced during the team’s informal training sessions in May and June, but it may have been something that has bothered Eskridge in the former, just not at that level. Eskridge, a wide receiver from Western Michigan, could play an significant role as a no. 3 wide receiver options behind DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett.

“We don’t want to rush it because it was considerate of a bit annoying so we’ll see what happens,” Carroll said. “We have a really pleasing idea that we can get him back here in a week or two.”

The other big news for Seattle was its success in vaccinating players. Carroll said 90 of the 91 players on the current roster have received at fewest one shot, with the majority of players considered fully vaccinated. There are a few who recently got their first shots or are still in the 14-day period following their second shot prior being considered fully vaccinated, Carroll said.



The twelve flags fly as Seattle Seahawks players participate in NFL soccer practice under blue skies on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Renton, Washington.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren): Seahawks football


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The Seahawks went final season without testing positive for COVID-19 and Carroll said there were no positives in the first two days following players were reported to camp.

“The guys made an extraordinary effort to look following each other in the statement they made. Especially the guys who weren’t sure what to do, made a decision based on their team as well as themselves and wanted to do what was best for everyone and what was safest,” said Carroll. Everyone.” “This is a marvelous statement made by our men.”



Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, right, walks with quarterback Russell Wilson (3) during an NFL football practice on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Renton, Washington.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)


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Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, right, walks with quarterback Russell Wilson (3) during an NFL football practice on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Renton, Washington. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

Carroll said he believes the league should be testing more than is currently needed given the increase in positive cases due to virus variants.

“I think once every 14 days isn’t enough and we won’t. We don’t. It’s not enough. We need to take concern of these guys,” Carroll said. “Really, he’s transformed. I unkind that would have been fine a couple of weeks ago, but things have changed and we have to respond.”

Notes: C Ethan Pocic tackled the afternoon hamstring and missed the first day. Carroll doesn’t consider it perilous, but does provide extra time for Kyle Fuller with the starting offensive line. …D.E. Aldon Smith participated following he missed the Offseason program following his arrest in Louisiana. A charge about charging its battery is due in late August. Carroll has not commented on Smith’s legal status.



Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll speaks with reporters following NFL football practice on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Renton, Washington.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)


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Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll speaks with reporters following NFL football practice on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Renton, Washington. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

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Tre Brown (22) holds helmets as he waves to the crowd following NFL football practice on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Renton, Washington.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren): Seahawks football


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