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Jamal Adams and the New York Jets have had a rocky relationship over the last year and now it is being reported that the former LSU star wants to be traded if he doesn’t receive a contract extension before this upcoming season.

This is all according to Yahoo Senior NFL reporter Charles Robinson who also says that Adams would like to be traded to the Dallas Cowboys.





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New Orleans make it happen!
Reply3 months
Umm, he said he wanted Dallas, not New Orleans. Why is that? Plus old lady Benson is too cheap to bring him in.
3 months
Give me a single example of her not paying one of her stars!
3 months
OU812 is a Dallas fan, of course he's an arrogant a-hole.
3 months
Report: Jamal Adams Wants To Be Traded & Has A Top Team In Mind Adams would like to be traded to the Dallas Cowboys Does not compute
Reply3 months
Must be nice for the Cowboys to be able to operate without a cap. Definitely an advantage.
Reply3 months
He'll be closer to home!!
Reply3 months
I think he just wants out of the Jets organization. He gave it a shot, he sees the writing on the wall, and he wants to be a part of an organization close to home... or with hope (It can't be both if he wants to go to dallas). I think he knows he is worth top S money already, and that is the only real leverage he has to use against the Jets, so that is the card he is going to play.
Reply3 months
I don't want you to be dead to me, Jamal. Anywhere but Jerry Jonestown.
Reply3 months
Damn Dak your money about to get short
Reply3 months
You can tell the "I only watch college football" guys. They lose their shite when players want to be paid what they deserve. Jamal deserves top money as arguably the best safety in the league. Dude is from Carrollton and wants to play for his trash home team. Can't hate on that.
Reply3 months
It just doesnt make financial sense. Cowboys cant afford to pay dak, zeke and cooper and then add on a big money free agent.
3 months
The only reason to go to Dallas is $$$$... Why else would you want to deal with Jerry Jones?
Reply3 months
if i remember correctly, he's from the Dallas area, makes sense
Reply3 months
Oh I thought he was from BR. They will love you Jamal.
3 months
He's rich. Being close to home whenever he wants to be shouldn't be an issue.
Reply3 months
Must mean top team in dallas
Reply3 months
Cowboys should make a move for him. Would be HUGE.
Reply3 months
Will take big bucks- who can afford him?
Reply3 months
Marcus Williams and a 3rd but do we have enough to pay him a big contract??
Reply3 months
He thinks dak getting stupid money that they would pay more for actual talent
Reply3 months
love the move, but rather a one year prove it deal first
Reply3 months
WE DEM BOYS !!!!!!
Reply3 months
Dallas is trash.
3 months
jkylejohnson And so is your mother so what is your point?
3 months
Cowboys don’t have the cash especially with a massive Dak deal looming. Jamal needs a wake up call he is moving in the direction of OBJ. Demanding a deal after year 3 isn’t how it always works unfortunately in the NFL.
Reply3 months
Shows how little you know. Doing a deal with Dak would lower the cap hit from the tag and allow the Cowboys to free up enough space to sign Adams.
3 months
However the frick you wanna spin it bro the bottom line is signing a WR QB RB and DB to some of the biggest deals in the NFL is a recipe for a disaster. In fact now thinkin more about it I hope they do it.
3 months
I'm not spinning anything. If Dak signs the tag then that amount is fully guaranteed and fully charged to the 2020 season. If a multi year deal is done that allows them to spread money around and open up cap space to sign Adams. If you would have said signing big deals to those positions can be a disaster in your first post then i would have agreed with you. BUT, you didn't.
3 months
You just got in the league. Worked hard. JA has quickly gained a reputation as a rising superstar safety. Just be happy if you are fortunate enough to be traded from one of the most dysfunctional teams in the league, don't be naming destinations and demanding things young man. Be patient, bide your time, and get to your 1st real payday for the team that can best afford you and your services. SCREW THE COWBOYS.
Reply3 months
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