(Photo : Stacy Revere/Getty Images) GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN – Jamal Adams (#33) of the Seattle Seahawks waits for a timeout throughout a sport in opposition to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on November 14, 2021 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers defeated the Seahawks 17-0.
Seattle Seahawks security Jamal Adams was concerned in his second incident with a concussion physician this month.
The 28-year-old “directed verbal remarks and made inappropriate physical contact” with a concussion physician within the bench space throughout their Week 6 loss in opposition to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, October 15.
As a results of the altercation, Adams was issued a $50,000 effective by the league.
The 2019 First Team All-Pro had a run-in with an unaffiliated neurotrauma guide (UNC), who was making ready to evaluate Seahawks extensive receiver Jake Bobo for a possible concussion through the third quarter of the sport.
Following a 20-yard cross from Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith, Bobo was struck by Bengals’ security Dax Hill. Subsequently, Bobo was taken out of the sport for an evaluation however was later deemed match to proceed taking part in.
Second incident for Jamal Adams with a concussion physician
In an earlier incident, the three-time Pro Bowl choice confronted a concussion physician when he made his NFL return after recovering from a torn quadriceps on Monday, October 2, in opposition to the New York Giants.
In that case, he didn’t face any league-imposed punishment.
During that earlier incident, the league thought of Adams’ apology and his clarification that his habits was influenced by the mind harm, resulting in no disciplinary motion.
However, on this most up-to-date episode, Adams’ altercation was with the physician attending to one among his teammates, eradicating the excuse for his actions.
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