Jamal Adams back as... a linebacker?

Mistashoesta

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Huard seems to think so.

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“They certainly know that body over the last four years and the injury history associated with it,” Huard said. ” … As you get closer to and through OTAs and everything else, not as a safety (because) safety is accounted for … but linebacker is still in question. And in this draft if you don’t find a linebacker and Jamal Adams is still out there and unsigned and is willing to play that, I don’t think that’s 100% off the table.”


I'm just posting the link. Don't shoot the messenger 😉.

 

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I’m not as hard on Adams as many but if we let Bobby go then brought Adams back as a linebacker I’d be really disappointed.
You are right, and this idea sounded odd to me. However, if McDonald and Schneider determine that Jamal can come back as LB. I am going to support the signing until Adam sucked again, or not.
 

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Really think that's how he should have been used initially, but at this point his ship has sailed.
 

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Maybe like a nickel LB in a 3-2-5 passing situation? Still, I don't necessarily want him on the field in a passing situation...
 

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IMO that’s a bad take by Huard. Why bring back a guy from the old regime, that isn’t a true linebacker, only to play him as a linebacker?

Seattle isn’t in desperate need for Adams services.

Also, why, I think Huard has a bad take, you can just draft a linebacker to play said linebacker position with this upcoming draft and more importantly, why wouldn’t you not that instead??
 
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