Le’Veon Bell, Jamal Adams trade Twitter pleasantries post-trade

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The sudden news on Saturday that the Seattle Seahawks had traded for Jets safety Jamal Adams sparked a Twitter tussle between Adams and one of his soon-to-be-former (pending physicals) New York teammates.

Running back Le'Veon Bell took to Twitter expressed this sentiment after news of the trade emerged: “Ppl do all the hootin & hollerin to get you brought in, just to leave…lol like people weird yooo, the internet got these dudes doin whatever for attention, even when they tell you sh*t they don’t believe themselves.”

Adams responded with a simple message: “Noted! See u Week 14!

Bell, who along with Adams was the subject of trade chatter last October, wasn’t finished with Adams. Here’s Bell’s response:

“‘Noted’ what?! lol that you LIED? PLEASEE TRUST that it IS ‘noted’ then..& if I’m supposed to take ‘see you in week 14’ as a threat…I don’t! but it’s still allll love and like I told you ON THE PHONE I want the best for you..if this is the best for you, I want it for you bro.”

Bell and the Jets are due to face the Seahawks in Seattle on December 13. The prospect of Bell and Adams squaring off gives us all even more reason to hope that the NFL can hold it together until then.

14 responses to “Le’Veon Bell, Jamal Adams trade Twitter pleasantries post-trade

  1. Seattle got hosed in that trade. What were they thinking, giving up 2 firsts for a locker room cancer who doesn’t get interceptions?! Now they have to pay him and given what they shell out for Wilson and a dwindling cap next year, who is going to play all the other positions? Especially since they no longer have draft picks to acquire good young talent on the cheap. Good luck with that! Jets just got a whole lot better; addition by subtraction and a horde of draft picks for a young building team.

  2. So Adams got his wish but he’s high if he thinks the hawks are gonna pay him this year. With 13 million in cap space for the season o don’t see how they pay him this year. So he’s pretty much in the same situation he was in before minus a smaller market. He’s going to have to show he fits in that Defense before they pay him in 2021. He might be on the move the following season.

  3. Bell sits out a year (which was his right) and he’s talking trash about players making commitments to other players?

  4. This will workout great for NY because he’s obviously a bad teamate who picks his spots And he now claims he’s on a “mission” lol save that nonsense these babies throwing temper tantrums while being highly overpaid is a bad look all around

  5. Wow…William F. Buckley and Gore Vidal’s exchanges didn’t come anywhere near the intellectual depth these two NCAA student athlete scholars can hash out on each other.

  6. saul, you’re taxing some PFT squashes with the reference to a Buckley v Vidal debate.

  7. You and me both.

    They just replayed a debate between Buckley and James Baldwin (aka Firing Line v The Fire Next Time), I believe at Oxford. So, it’s available to those that actually enjoy a good debate.

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