Jamal Adams was ruled out of the Seattle Seahawks’ Monday Night Football matchup with the New York Giants with a concussion.
The safety was making his return to the field after 385 days on the sidelines with a quadriceps tendon tear but it lasts only nine plays Monday night.
Adams went low to tackle Daniel Jones on a scramble when the Giants quarterback’s left knee hit the side of the Seahawks star’s helmet.
As he was ushered into the sideline medical tent, Adams was visibly frustrated, angrily ranting at the unaffiliated neurotrauma consultant.
He was then taken into the training room to be evaluated and was ruled out by the Seahawks with a concussion.
More to follow.
Jamal Adams was ruled out of the Seattle Seahawks’ game Monday with concussion
It was on this tackle on Giants QB Daniel Jones where Jones’ knee slammed into Adams’ head
Once officials (red hat) told Adams he couldn’t play, he was visibly upset then walked off