Seahawks safety Jamal Adams needs knee surgery, Pete Carroll says

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The Seattle Times

Seahawks safety Jamal Adams will need surgery to repair a knee injury suffered in Monday night’s 17-16 win over Denver, coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday morning on his weekly radio show on Seattle Sports 710 AM. “Yeah, he’s hurt,” Carroll said. “He hurt his knee. He’s going to have to get some work on that. I don’t know the extent of that yet, but I know it’s serious.” Adams was hurt when he hit Denver quarterback Russell Wilson on a blitz early in the second quarter. Carroll said after the game that Adams also hurt his quadriceps, saying it was “not a typical knee injury. His quadriceps tendon…

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