Jets safety Jamal Adams wants to play for the Dallas Cowboys
ESPN analyst and former NFL safety Ryan Clark has said that Adams, who is from Texas, wants to play for the Cowboys (via Adam Schefter of ESPN).
Adams’ frustration with the Jets has been pretty clear this season, and while he has not asked for a trade nor caused any known problems in the locker room, he seems to be growing tired of New York’s losing ways.
The Jets were expected by many to contend for a playoff spot this season, but whether it has been because of injuries or just poor performance across the board, Gang Green has limped to a 1-6 start, and now, the Jets are trying to sell off some pieces, and they have until 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday to make more deals.
New York’s deadline advances started on Monday, when it traded defensive lineman Leonard Williams to the New York Giants.
A report then surfaced on Tuesday morning that the Jets were trying to move running back Le’Veon Bell, but another report refuted that, saying that New York had received calls on the three-time Pro Bowler, but was not shopping him.
As for Adams? It seems like he may very well be on the move.
Through seven games this season, the 24-year-old has logged 39 tackles, an interception, five passes defended and a defensive touchdown.
Adams, who played his collegiate football at LSU, was originally selected by the Jets with the sixth overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft. He made the Pro Bowl last year.