Yes! The Seattle Seahawks are finally due to get safety Jamal Adams back in Week 4 when Seattle plays the New York Giants! This will be Adams' first game back since he was injured in Week 1 of the 2022 season and he likely won't play 100 percent of the snaps for Seattle. The smart move is to bring Adams along relatively slowly - maybe 40 percent of the snaps - and then let him really go after Seattle's Week 5 bye week.
The problem in Week 4, however, is that Jamal Adams probably isn't capable of playing cornerback. Seattle will likely be without three corners. Tre Brown (concussion) and Artie Burns (hamstring) were already ruled out ahead of the game, while Coby Bryant (toe) was doubtful. Doubtful means he almost surely wouldn't be playing against the Giants.
At least Seattle will also get Riq Woolen back after he missed the Carolina Panthers game in Week 3. This means Seattle could have a secondary that at times includes Woolen, Devon Witherspoon, Quandre Diggs, and Jamal Adams. While that isn't exactly LOB 2.0, that kind of talent also isn't far away.
Seattle Seahawks have several cornerbacks among their inactives in Week 4
Charles Cross missing his third straight game with a toe injury wouldn't have been a surprise either. In his place, Stone Forsythe has been mostly pretty good. Sure, I'd rather have Cross back, but as well as Forsythe is playing currently his quality isn't that far off from Cross in the short term. (Not that I want to jinx anything ahead of Monday Night Football, that is.)
Nick Bellore is inactive but only because he went back to Seattle to be at the birth of his child. Let's just hope that no players get injured during the game and have to miss time. Seattle's inactives will be released an hour and a half before kickoff, so check back here for updates.
Seahawks Week 4 inactives
- Cornerback Coby Bryant
- Cornerback Tre Brown
- Cornerback Artie Burns
- Fullback Nick Bellore
- Offensive lineman McClendon Curtis
- Left tackle Charles Cross
- Guard Ben brown