"I'm feeling good, in the training room, rehabbing," Adams said. "I'll get back as soon as I can."
Selected with the No. 56 pick in the draft, the 6-foot-7, 323-pound Adams is expected to be the Steelers' long-term option at left tackle. Adams struggled in his debut, allowing 2.5 sacks in fewer than 10 snaps before suffering the injury, and a two-week absence could jeopardize the rookie's chances of starting right away.
The Steelers also beefed up their depth at the position, re-signing Max Starks in July. Starks is coming off knee surgery and remains on the physically unable to perform list.