Seahawks’ Pete Carroll shades Jets defensive coordinator in defense of Jamal Adams
Did the New York Jets misuse Jamal Adams?
The answer to that questions seems to be “yes,” according to Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll.
Speaking on KJR, Carroll took a few shots at Adams’ former defensive coordinator in New York, Gregg Williams. When asked about what the safety brings to the table in Seattle, Carroll had a very snide response.
“He’s not bringing Gregg Williams with him thats for sure,” Carroll said.
This comment was in response to Williams thinking Adams will be bored in Seattle since he won’t be featured as much as he was with the Jets.
“Jamal might get bored over there,” Williams said.
This comment was directly responded by Carroll by saying the Seahawks don’t make as many mistakes as the Jets do.
This is more than likely not the last we’ve heard from either Carroll or Williams about this. It will be interesting to see if Adams chimes in on the brewing feud between the two. This back and forth may intensify as the season progresses if the season goes on as planned, as the Jets are scheduled to head to Seattle to face the Seahawks in Week 14.
Adams was traded to the Seahawks from the Jets for draft picks following a tumultuous first three years of his career in New York. Adams has racked up six forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries, and two interceptions thus far. Prior to his departure, he was very outspoken on his criticism of second-year Jets head coach Adam Gase and his management of the team.