Seahawks Star Jamal Adams Keeps Raking In Fines Over Interceptions, Safety’s Penalized for Second Incident With League Doctor in as Many Games

Published 10/21/2023, 3:28 PM EDT

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Jamal Adams, a Safety of the Seattle Seahawks, was fined recently. This is the second case for the Safety to pay a fine over a similar incident. Adam was fined on October 2 in the first showdown of his team against the New York Giants. In his ninth play, he suffered a concussion and was ruled out immediately.

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He then spoke poorly with the medic and was fined until he apologized for his inappropriate behavior. However, the last incident did not give any lessons to Adams, and he was fined similarly once again. 

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According to recent reports, the National Football League has fined the Seahawks’ Safety, Jamal Adams, a total of $50K. In the third quarter of the matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals, Geno Smith completed a 20-yard pass to the wide receiver Jake Bobo. Unfortunately, Bobo suffered a rough hit by Dax Hill, a Safety of the Bengals, and had to come off the field.

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Hill received a penalty, and the Seahawks’ Wide Receiver went ahead to check for a concussion. That was when Jamal Adams intervened. He shouted, “He good!” and made “inappropriate physical contact” with the medical specialist. Not only that, Adams also directed some “verbal remarks” toward the doctor.

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Per CBS Sports, the incident was captured on camera and was thoroughly reviewed by the NFL. Jake Bobo was not diagnosed with a concussion; however, the Safety of the Seahawks was fined a considerable sum. Unlike last time, it looks like Adams is going to apologize for his behavior even though he reportedly ‘respects’ doctors.

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He later deeply regretted his actions during the Giants game. He posted his statement on Twitter, which helped him get away without paying the fine.

 

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He said, “First and foremost, I want to apologize to the OG. You did everything right when you realized I was concussed; I apologize for any negative energy I brought your way. Watching the replay, I am thankful for your patience, knowing I wasn’t myself in that moment. You’re a real one, and you serve a great purpose that benefits the NFL and so many players. Prioritizing players’ health is essential. Much respect for you!

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What do you think of Adams’ last apology and his recent behavior? Did he really mean it when he last apologized?

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