The New York Jets trading star Safety Jamal Adams was far less surprising than it should have been. Normally a player as talented as Adams is someone you build around and help he's a key piece to a great defense for years to come but when that same player repeatedly demands a new contract, insults the team owner, GM, and Head Coach you almost have to see what you can get for him on the trade market. The downside is normally all of that drama would cause a buyer's market and greatly reduce the return. That doesn't seem to be the case here as the Jets and Seattle Seahawks worked out a Win-Win of a trade.
The ongoing battle between the New York Jets and their star Safety Jamal Adams is well documented and doesn't seem to be anywhere near an end. In the latest battle between Adams and Gang Green, Adams turned his venom towards the head coach, Adam Gase. In an interview with the New York Daily News, Jamal Adams questioned if Gase was the right man to lead the Jets.
There seems to be no love lost and no shortage of drama between the New York Jets and superstar Safety Jamal Adams. Off and on over the last few years, Adams has voiced his displeasure with the Jets, normally focusing on his rookie contract and lack of a big-money extension. Last week the dispute really amped up as Adams went to social media to respond to a fan that had issues with Adams wanted an early pay increase. Since then we've heard that Adams now wants to be traded and he's even been kind enough to release a list of teams he'd like to go to. Finally, Adams was videoed in public saying he's trying to get to the Dallas Cowboys.
Reports are circulating that the New York Jets and star Safety Jamal Adams. The relationship between the Jets and Adams has been bumpy to put it best in the last year or so. Even though the two sides have had multiple talks since this year's NFL draft it appears they have hit an impasse. Could this be the end of Adams with Gang Green?
The two New York players to be named to the AP 2019 NFL All-Pro team are no strangers to each other even though they don't play on the same team...anymore. Jets' Safety Jamal Adams and Bills' Corner Tre'Davious White are both All-Pros and both former LSU Tigers
After two long years without a single member of the New York Jets being selected to the starting roster of the NFL Pro Bowl three Jets will break the drought. Safety Jamal Adams, Place Kicker Jason Myers and Kick Returner Andre Roberts will represent Gang Green in this match up between the best of the AFC and NFC.