Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says each security Jamal Adams and linebacker Jordyn Brooks are hopeful of being prepared for coaching camp this summer season.
Nevertheless, the workforce will likely be cautious with the progress of each getting back from main accidents.
Carroll mentioned Wednesday that each are progressing of their restoration from important accidents suffered final season. Brooks tore his ACL late within the season whereas Adams suffered a torn quadriceps tendon within the season opener.
Carroll mentioned that whereas it could be overly optimistic, each are attempting to be prepared someday throughout coaching camp.
“Very optimistic on their sides and so they’re actually pondering they’re going to make it so we’re holding good ideas,” Carroll mentioned.
Each gamers are anticipated to have checkups with Seattle’s medical workers within the subsequent couple of weeks.
Brooks had began each recreation the previous two seasons earlier than getting harm in Week 17 final season towards the New York Jets. Brooks’ damage, mixed with Cody Barton leaving in free company, left Seattle with out each its beginning linebackers and led to the signing of Devin Bush and the return of Bobby Wagner this offseason.
Adams was injured in Week 1 towards Denver, persevering with a run of dangerous luck with important accidents. Adams appears the extra more likely to be prepared in the summertime, and whereas Brooks could also be optimistic, a extra sensible timeline would have him returning someday round midseason.
“There’s some optimism that it might occur. We’ll be conservative by way of that timeframe to make it possible for we don’t screw it up by hurrying them alongside,” Carroll mentioned. “I’m vast open to they suppose they will do it, let’s see what occurs.”
Reporting by The Related Press.
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