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Report: Jamal Adams trade possible amid contract stalemate

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Jamal Adams and the Jets aren't seeing eye to eye.  © Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports Jamal Adams and the Jets aren't seeing eye to eye. 

Jamal Adams has been at odds with the Jets for a while, and that continues to be the case.

The New York Daily News’ Gary Myers reported on Thursday that Adams and the Jets are in a stalemate over the defensive back’s contract. The stalemate reportedly has caused some friction and made a trade possible.

Adams was the No. 6 overall pick in 2017 and is set to make $3.5 million this year. The Jets have already exercised the fifth-year option for him at just under $13 million, but he wants a long-term deal.

Adams is not planning to participate in the team’s virtual offseason program. The team is not in a rush to sign him to a long-term deal, and they are open to trading Adams.

Adams had 75 total tackles and 6.5 sacks in 2019. He has made the Pro Bowl in all three of his seasons.


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