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Jamal Adams Calls Out Jets Owner Woody Johnson After Alleged Racist, Sexist Comments

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Jamal Adams has called out Woody Johnson after reports surfaced of the Jets owner’s racist and sexist comments.

Adams tweeted "We need the RIGHT people at the top. Wrong is wrong!" as he retweeted an article detailing an investigation into US Ambassador to the UK AND Jets owner Woody Johnson. The CNN report alleges Johnson made racist generalizations about Black men and questioned why the Black community celebrates Black History Month, that he reportedly made derogatory comments about women, including about their looks and salaries, and that he used his political power to benefit Trump's personal business in the UK.

Adams, who informed the Jets in June of his desire to be traded, followed up tweeting "Right is right. Wrong is wrong! If u don't think this is wrong you're part of the problem not the solution."

Johnson did not immediately deny the allegations, but followed up with a response of his own, tweeting in part "I have followed the ethical rules and requirements of my office at all times."