Seahawks star Jamal Adams is recovering from his injury,

but he is trying to stay ready for the 2022 season.

NFL Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday that Adams suffered a minor fracture

near his ring finger from an incident during practice.

Despite the injury, he is expected to practice and wear a club while still being able to play in games.

The work around is to wait until after the 2022 season before undergoing surgery.

After 12 games in consecutive years, it is clear that Adams

can no longer be an effective player for the Seahawks.

The 26-year-old is one of the most exciting safeties in the NFL. 

He has sure tackling, a knack for rushing the quarterback, and will be great when healthy.

In 2020, Seattle traded two first-round picks to the Jets in order to acquire Adams ahead of the 2020 season.

They then signed Adams to a $70 million contract following the trade,

making him the league's highest-paid safety at the time.