Prior to the 2020 NFL Draft, Jets general manager Joe Douglas said that the team would begin contract talks with Adams after the draft was over.
Jamal Adams, the standout Jets safety who is impatiently awaiting a payday, has requested a trade, according to an ESPN report Thursday afternoon. He was at the helm when the Jets drafted Adams back in 2017 and helped morph him into one of the best safeties in the league. But it offers hope that the Jamal Adams episode might end differently than the Earl Thomas chapter did. Unfortunately, the Jacksonville Jaguars aren't among the teams he'd like to play for. Adams is a great player but his presence hasn't helped NY sniff the postseason and it wouldn't do much to advance Detroit's chances, either. The Jets have already exercised the fifth-year option for him at just under $13 million, but he wants a long-term deal.
Through social media, Adams has made his frustration at the team's slow pace in addressing his situation well known. "It's all luv. Maybe it's time to move on!"
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Liking an Instagram post is something anyone can perform, but Adams' message speaks volumes.
Meanwhile, the team's stance - that it wants to have Adams on the team his entire career - has not changed. That's what makes Adams a rare player - his instincts and presence in the box aren't that of your typical safety. He quickly became one of the faces of the franchise and the team's best all-around player.
Former NFL receiver Michael Bumpus said on Friday's edition of Danny and Gallant that a trade for Adams depends on how high the Seahawks are on Blair, who will be entering his second NFL season.
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He's now looking to be paid as such.
The Jets, for now, are sticking to their position - they want to keep Adams for the long haul. His former Jets head coach Todd Bowles runs the defense for Bruce Arians down on the Florida Gulf Coast.
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