On Saturday, the New York Jets traded disgruntled safety Jamal Adams to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for a haul that included two first-round picks. They've got to stop throwing away good players, and they've got to start building the type of culture and team that attracts good players instead of repelling them.
Adams has ripped everyone from Jets general manager Joe Douglas to head coach Adam Gase in recent months and hasn't been shy about sharing his displeasure through social media. The second-year Jets running back didn't mention the young star by name but it was clear that it was about Adams and the noise that has surrounded him since the 2019 trade deadline.
"I think he wants to be [with the Jets]".
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While Wilson was excited about the deal, Le'Veon Bell certainly was not.
Adams responded by stating they would see each other Week 14. Their offense was spectacular last season and with Adams in the backfield, they will certainly be a much more well-rounded squad. But Carroll noted that the Seahawks are a perennial playoff contender, and if they remain that way the picks will be toward the end of the first round.
If Darnold proves to be the franchise player Douglas and the Jets believe he is, he'll earn a substantial extension that will pave the way for how Douglas will use his newly acquired draft picks. That New York netted that much draft capital while being backed into a corner publicly is impressive work.