The Jets' all-pro safety, angered by the non-existence of the long-term contract offer he feels he deserves, requested a trade, sources confirmed to The Athletic. There are reports out there, including one from ESPN's Jeremy Fowler, that Adams wants to be the highest-paid defensive player in the NFL. Adams is a great player but his presence hasn't helped NY sniff the postseason and it wouldn't do much to advance Detroit's chances, either.
And so for Miami, the next best hope is to see Adams shuttled away from the Jets none the less and reap the benefits of no longer having him call the Jets "home".
If the Cowboys do make a play for Jamal Adams they probably won't have to extend him this year.
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Adams has two years left on his rookie contract. Plus, McDougald's contract is up after 2020 and he could be a cut candidate to save the team some money. The team could also acquire compensatory picks, though that won't be known for quite some time. NY still wants to keep him long-term and pay him as a top-of-the-market safety, but the team is hoping for a little patience from him in light of the uncertainty created by the pandemic. Currently, that honor goes to Eddie Jackson of the Chicago Bears, who makes $14.6 million.
Adams is signed through 2021, but he made it clear he wants a new contract by the start of the regular season. Other young Browns standouts (Denzel Ward, Nick Chubb, David Njoku, Baker Mayfield) are going to need big new contracts sooner than later, and adding a whopper like Adams' deal would wreak some contractual havoc there. "Do you look at Jamal Adams and look at Marquise Blair and say "Blair will never get there"?"
Adams, a two-time Pro Bowler, was a first-team All-Pro selection in 2019. You can bet that's a conversation Browns GM Andrew Berry and his staff will have regarding Adams. But if I'm the Seattle Seahawks, I'm taking a chance on this guy. The addition of Adams would put that position group over the top.