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Jamal Adams Cleared Concussion Protocol & Other Seahawks Injury Updates

Injury updates from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll ahead of Wednesday’s practice.


The Seahawks are back from their bye week and getting ready for a Week 6 game in Cincinnati, and among the players practicing in preparation for that game is safety Jamal Adams, who left Seattle's Week 4 win over the Giants with a concussion.

After being held out of Monday's practice, Adams cleared concussion protocol, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said, allowing him to practice Wednesday. Adams suffered the concussion early in the first quarter against the Giants in what was his first game in more than a year.

"I'm really excited for him to get back going again," Carroll said. "He really had fun in the preparation, and I know he was jacked about being out there, and it just didn't last long enough."

Also getting back on the practice field this week are left tackle Charles Cross, who has missed the past three games with a toe injury, and guard Phil Haynes, who left last week's game with a calf injury.

"Charles is practicing today, yeah," Carroll said. "I'm excited to see him out there."

On cornerbacks Artie Burns (hamstring) and Coby Bryant (toe), Carroll said, "They're both trying to get back, that's the best I can say. They're not back yet, but they're trying to get their way back. They're not far off though."

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