That’s what they look like to me, but they aren’t from the sprout in the first picture. Those leaves are still in the seed husk from the looks of it.
Some would say you could help it out by VERY gently splitting the husk more to make it easier.
Some will say that if it’s a strong plant, it will break free on it’s own in it’s own time. Don’t rush natural selection.
I’m torn. I tend to side with natural selection, even though that mindset is often seen as barbaric anymore. But I’m an outdoor man just now considering indoor.
To not be a hypocrite, I did help a seed one time. I regretted it, only because I damaged it when I popped the husk. The lining that separates the leaves from the husk hadn’t dried enough yet and tore the leaf’s surface a little.
She survived, but ended up giving me problems with, what I have now learned is grey mold!
I’m not saying that early stress was responsible for her bud rot, it could well have been from the bud borrer. (The things I’ve learned here! ) but I would let the sprout go a little longer first.
Ultimately, she’s yours and you have to decide. I’m keeping a runt that survived a heavy attack by something that left my day old sprout with nothing but a hint of green at the top of a stem.