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1.Jets | Jamal Adams no stranger to rushing the QB (thehuddle) New York Jets S Jamal Adams finished in a tie for first among defensive backs with 78 pass rushes in 2019. His sack percentage of 8.3 was also the best among defensive backs with more than 50 pass rushes.10 hours
2.Jamal Adams: 'No traction on trade to the Cowboys' (FantasyPros) There "isn't any traction" for a Jamal Adams trade to the Cowboys, per Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. Analysis: Adams has made it known about wanting an extension this off-season. It was recently reported that the Jets were not actively shopping Adams, but would listen to offers. The Cowboys are interested in acquiring Adams, but there "isn't any traction" towards a deal. The 24-year-old star safety will have to "wait for an extension from the Jets like everyone else," Rapoport added. Adams is entering the fourth year of his four-year, $22 million rookie contract.... (More)22 hours
3.Jamal Adams: Jets not actively shopping, but will listen if teams call (FantasyPros) Charles Robinson of Yahoo reports that while the Jets aren't actively shopping defensive back Jamal Adams, they will listen if other teams call about a trade. Analysis: Robinson adds that the Jets have not given Adams' agent permission to seek a trade. The 24-year-old safety is adamant about wanting an extension this off-season, but New York is insistent on waiting another year. This seems like a drama that will continue until Adams is either traded or given the extension he desires.3 days
4.Jamal Adams: The Jets have 'no plans' to trade him (FantasyPros) The Jets reportedly have "no plans" to trade S Jamal Adams, despite contract impasse, per Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. Analysis: Despite the ongoing contract negotiations, the Jets have no plans of trading Adams. It was speculated that the team wanted a first and third round pick for Adams. The Jets are expected to hang onto Adams and try to work out a long-term extension with their star safety. He is entering the fourth year of his four-year, $22.2 million rookie contract and is looking to get paid. Adams racked up 75 tackles, 6.5 sacks, one interception and two forced... (More)4 days
5.Jamal Adams: Jets reportedly asking for 1st and 3rd rounder for the All-Pro (FantasyPros) Former Cowboys Hall of Fame WR Michael Irvin texted RJ Choppy of 105.3 The Fan in Dallas and said that "the Jets want a 1st and a 3rd [for S Jamal Adams]." Analysis: Last night we started to hear rumblings that Adams and the Jets were at an impasse regarding long-term contract extension talks. Adams and his agent believe he's the best safety in the game and that he deserves to be paid as such, likely making him the highest-paid safety in the NFL. The Jets don't seem to want to meet the All-Pro halfway, and thus the two sides remain at a standstill. There's been no d... (More)4 days
6.Jamal Adams: Not making progress on contract (RotoWire) Adams and the Jets have reached an impasse in contract talks, ESPN.com's Rich Cimini reports. Analysis: The 24-year-old safety wants a new deal before Week 1 of his fourth pro season, while the Jets prefer to wait on a long-term extension. The team exercised its fifth-year option on Adams, who has averaged 70 tackles, 8.3 pass defenses, four sacks and two forced fumbles per season since he was picked sixth overall in the 2017 draft. The Jets reportedly have no desire to trade him, though Cimini suggests that more than half the teams in the NFL have reached out to the them to express interest. Adams is due to make $3.5 million this ye... (More)4 days
7.Jamal Adams and the Jets at a standstill in long-term extension talks (FantasyPros) According to Rich Cimini, the New York Jets and All-Pro S Jamal Adams have come to an impasse in talks regarding a long-term extension. Analysis: Adams wants a deal in place before the 2020 season commences, while the Jets prefer to wait on a long-term extension, sources said. Adams and his camp remain adamant about getting a deal done before the season and are reportedly becoming tired of the Jets "dragging their feet." A multitude of teams have contacted the Jets regarding the All-Pro safety, but it's unknown just how serious those trade talks are. The team picked... (More)5 days