Jamal Adams adds NFC team as possible trade partner

Jamal Adams adds NFC team as possible trade partner

Jamal Adams adds NFC team as possible trade partner

Both the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans making the list isn't surprising because Adams is from Lewisville, Texas. The Patriots are still the defending champions of the East, but they have undergone some drastic changes of their own recently - but no change will have a bigger long-term impact on the division than a trade of Jamal Adams.

The Jets Pro Bowl safety has a few preferred spots in mind and he tells ex-NFL safety Ryan Clark that the Buccaneers are among the teams on his list (Twitter link via ESPN.com's Field Yates).

Another scenario would be that Adams gets traded with the understanding that the Seahawks will work to extend him after the 2021 season.

So exactly what do we actually glean out of this one simple like on Instagram? Adams has been pretty vocal about it, and now he sounds like he's just about done with the Jets.

Adams was drafted by the Jets with the sixth overall pick out of LSU in 2017. It's understandable, considering his desire for a new contract comes after back-to-back years of being named to the NFL's All Pro team, and his first All-Pro nod in 2020. Dallas came close to working a deal for the 24-year-old safety just before the trade deadline in late October, but deemed the Jets' asking price too steep. The Cowboys have plenty of intriguing assets they are able to send the Jets' way.

The Ravens don't have to worry about Adams being OK with heading to Baltimore. Of course, that's important. Adams said in the post. He has no interest in playing another down for the Jets.

The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity Thursday because neither Adams nor the team announced the player's trade request.

In response to an Instagram comment made by a fan comparing how he's handled his contract situation to the actions of Patrick Mahomes, who will likely sign a major contract sometime this summer, Adams hinted that his time with the team may be coming to an end.

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