Jamal Adams: It’s time to move on; no hard feelings

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Jamal Adams wants a trade. The safety has asked the Jets for one, and he’s telling the team’s fans the same on social media.

Adams commented to a fan on Instagram on Friday night, saying, “It’s time to move on. Let it go. Appreciate you guys. No hard feelings. Nothin but luv.”

Adams has listed eight teams he would love to play for, but the Jets so far have not indicated they are inclined to trade Adams.

Adams’ contract demands surely would reduce the number of interested teams if the Jets sought a trade.

The Cowboys inquired at the trade deadline in October but found the Jets’ asking price out of their range.

24 responses to “Jamal Adams: It’s time to move on; no hard feelings

  1. Every mock draft had the Chicago bears taking Jamal Adams number 3. But Ryan Pace understood if you don’t have a franchise QB on your roster, you draft one at the top of the draft instead of a safety that won’t change the win column.

    Pace ended up taking the wrong QB in Trubisky. But the “safe” prospects taken after Mitch? Solomon Thomas, Leonard fournette, Corey Davis, Jamal Adams, and Mike Williams. All by teams who needed future QBs and couldn’t miss in Watson and Mahomes. And least the Bears understood the opportunity drafting that high and took a shot. The philosophy was sound, he just took the wrong guy. But those teams didn’t do any better.

  2. Jets did this to themselves.

    They drafted an immature, dumb, and entitled kid.

    Even if the Pats were in desperate need of a one dimensonal in the box Safety, he wouldn’t have been on their board. Kevin Faulk is a coach at LSU.

    Nuff said.

    The Jets continue to act like idiots, drafting idiots.

  3. If I were Coach of the Jets this is what I’d do it’s real simple – Let him stand on the sideline each and every week until he explodes to the media, and then I suspend him for conduct detrimental to the team which means we don’t have to pay him. PROBLEM SOLVED

  4. The Jets will trade you ….when the JETS want to trade you…..and not for a shilling less.

  5. It’ll be time to move on once you’ve played the next 2 seasons and collected the $32,000,000 NYJ guaranteed you

  6. How is the dude a baby for wanting a new contract (which could have been an extension to his rookie contract) with some financial security. He is clearly the best player on that team and wanted to have a commitment in place to play there. I just don’t understand some of you people some times.

  7. He should be suspended for destroying the teams value of his talent by naming certain teams, giving an edge to the buyer, screwing the seller

  8. Congrats to him, he finally woke up and realized that he’ll never see a championship while in a Jet’s jersey. You would think 50 years of “rebuilding” would be a red flag, but ok, you got the message anyway.

  9. This is the new nfl people it’s all about politics and money with these players! It breaks my heart watching this once great game crumble into dust.

  10. Its time to honor your contract. Normal hardworking people can not make such demands on their jobs. You have only been in league for 3 years. When you fulfill your contract then you can move on.

  11. As I see this situation, Adams will be a major distraction for the Jets this season. They need to remove this unnecessary obstacle and get ready for the season.

  12. Jamal can demand a trade, but the new CBA will make it much much harder for him to hold out and try to force the team to do anything. I believe fines are much worse as well as when a player has to show up to get credit.

    He is a great player, and I know players want to get paid…but…he has little leverage other than a hold out. Which he will be on the hook for a lot more fines than what was in the past.

  13. Trade the man. No need to waste his prime when the team doesn’t have a QB.

  14. chickensalad43 says:
    June 19, 2020 at 9:20 pm
    Every mock draft had the Chicago bears taking Jamal Adams number 3. But Ryan Pace understood if you don’t have a franchise QB on your roster, you draft one at the top of the draft instead of a safety that won’t change the win column.

    Pace ended up taking the wrong QB in Trubisky. But the “safe” prospects taken after Mitch? Solomon Thomas, Leonard fournette, Corey Davis, Jamal Adams, and Mike Williams. All by teams who needed future QBs and couldn’t miss in Watson and Mahomes. And least the Bears understood the opportunity drafting that high and took a shot. The philosophy was sound, he just took the wrong guy. But those teams didn’t do any better.
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    Lol so this is just a long winded way of trying to save face for the Bears?

    They TRADED UP to take a guy in Trubisky that there was absolutely no consensus on as being a surefire franchise QB. It was a fail in every sense by Chicago.

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