New York Jets star safety Jamal Adams will reportedly skip the team’s virtual OTAs due to his contract. According to ESPN’s Adam Shefter, the Jets have not "expressed any official interest in extending Adams thus far in the offseason." Adam’s is currently on his rookie deal with two years remaining. Only one of those years are guaranteed. Back in February, Jets general manager Joe Douglas has this to say in regards to Adams’ future with the team "Jamal is an unbelievable player. We're excited about Jamal. The plan is for Jamal to be a Jet for life. We've had some preliminary talks with his agent...the plan is for Jamal to be here a long time." As far as the upcoming NFL draft, the Jets currently hold the 11th pick.
Jets, Jamal Adams Reach Impasse on Contract Negotiations
New York Jets safety Jamal Adams is looking to be a Jet for life, and GM Joe Douglas says he aims to make that happen. SI's Kaitlin O'toole is joined by Jets Country reporter Kristian Dyer to delve into Adams' dilemma with the Jets, and just how integral the safety is to the ...read more