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Coach Pete Carroll made that announcement Wednesday and said linebacker Jordyn Brooks, Seattle’s first-round pick, will also have a hard time making it back this week. Cornerback Quinton Dunbar participated in Wednesday’s walk-through and plans to practice Thursday with the hope of playing against Minnesota, per Carroll.
Adams (groin), Brooks (knee) and Dunbar (knee) all missed Seattle’s win over the Miami Dolphins last Sunday. The Seahawks have a bye after playing Minnesota, then play their first NFC West game in Week 7 against the Arizona Cardinals, by which point Adams will have had three weeks to rest the groin injury he suffered late in Seattle’s win over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 3.
Ryan Neal replaced Adams in that game and sealed the Seahawks’ win with an interception of Dak Prescott‘s final attempt. He started again in Miami with Lano Hill inactive for the second straight week and picked off Ryan Fitzpatrick on the Dolphins’ opening possession. Hill’s status for this week is