Seattle Seahawks safety Jamal Adams limps off the field injured during the second quarter, Sept. 12, in Seattle. Jennifer Buchanan / The Seattle Times

RENTON — If there was a stink bomb thrown into the parade that was the Seahawks’ win Monday night — if there was a bummer offsetting a morsel of the bedlam, it came in the form of Jamal Adams’ quadriceps tendon injury.

Every year the Pro Bowl safety has played in Seattle, some form of physical harm has found him and taken away weeks — and perhaps in this case months — of his season.

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