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Former LSU safety Jamal Adams has reached an agreement with the New York Jets who selected him sixth overall in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Adams signed a four-year deal, fully guaranteed worth $22.3M, with a signing bonus of $14.3M, according to NFL Insider Ian Rapoport.

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HoustonGumbeauxGuy79 months
Was always one of the first to walk down the hill. Hope he's able to join his former team and walk down as an NFL safety
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Lexman179 months
What critics, Jamal? You are a top 5 talent and you are very successful. Whoever is criticizing you hasn't been paying attention the last 3 years.
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Violent Tally79 months
Great fit for my favorite Tiger, New York City....WOW!
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Solo Cam79 months
Will be the best defensive player from this draft.
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LSU Patrick79 months
Gumps will cry
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Pectus79 months
Apparently his brother, Juan, had a two week practice with the Jets just prior to the signing, while Jamal only had to participate one day. I guess if you see Juan you've seen Jamal.
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Spelt it rong79 months
I laughed but downvoted anyway
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DRTiger6779 months
Congrats...what a great Tiger.
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Hester Carries79 months
Im not sure what the AP rule is, but im fairly certain that he isnt considered an EX-LSU Safety.
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