Michael Adams DB TB 4 Months
Bucs placed CB Michael Adams on injured reserve with a knee injury, ending his season.
Adams had been dealing with knee issues since Week 1, where he underwent a clean-up procedure. The exact extent of his injury is unknown, though it's serious enough to cost him the final six games. Adams struggled in limited snaps this season, and is not under contract for 2014, which will be his age-29 campaign. Adams has made 80 career appearances, but only seven starts.
Michael Adams DB TB Nov 13 '11
Cardinals CB Michael Adams left Sunday's game during the third quarter with a hamstring injury, but managed to return and finish the game.
Arizona can ill-afford to lose any of their cornerback depth, as they are one of the worst pass-defending units in the league.
Michael Adams DB TB Nov 07 '11
Cardinals CB Michael Adams (neck/shoulder) has been released from the hospital.
Good news, but Adams is unlikely to suit up against the Eagles after his scary collision with Rams WR Austin Pettis late in Sunday's win. Richard Marshall should see most of the snaps at nickel corner in Adams' absence.
Michael Adams DB TB Nov 06 '11
Cardinals CB Michael Adams was carted off after suffering a neck or shoulder injury on a fourth-quarter tackle in Sunday's game.
Adams blew up Austin Pettis after a short catch with under 20 seconds left in the game. It was a big play, but Adams paid for it by leading with his head. The Cardinals' slot cornerback, Adams figures to be replaced by Richard Marshall with A.J. Jefferson returning outside if the injury is significant.
Michael Adams DB TB Aug 07 '11
Cardinals CB Michael Adams is out indefinitely after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery Sunday.
The usual timetable for such "minor" operations is only 2-4 weeks, but that's never a guarantee. Adams was the Cardinals' primary slot corner last season. Richard Marshall sometimes covered the slot in Carolina and could be the fall-back option inside, if he hadn't already moved ahead of Adams.
Michael Adams DB TB Jul 30 '11
Cardinals re-signed CB Michael Adams to a two-year contract.
Adams is a pint-sized (5'8/181) slot corner whom Arizona didn't tender as a restricted free agent before the lockout. They wanted him back all along, however, and he's likely to return in a similar role between rookie Patrick Peterson and Greg Toler this year. Adams also contributes a bit in kickoff coverage.
Michael Adams DB TB Jun 19 '11
Pro Football Weekly reports the odds are greater than 50-50 that free agent Michael Adams will re-sign with the Cardinals.
A bit surprising, since the Cardinals did not place a restricted free agent tender on Adams in March. If he does indeed end up back in Arizona, he's likely to serve as the Cardinals' fourth corner this season.