Report: Cowboys ‘seriously in play’ for Jamal Adams trade


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Jamal Adams

Jamal Adams needs a contract extension from the New York Jets and is claimed to be growing impatient. With rumors swirling that the Professional Bowl safety could possibly be traded this offseason, the Dallas Cowboys proceed to seem like the probably suitor.

NFL reporter Gary Myers stated Thursday that the Jets are in a contract stalemate with Adams that has brought on friction and made a trade “very potential.” The same source informed Myers on Friday that the Cowboys are “critically in play” for Adams and have been made conscious of New York’s asking worth.

That is only one report, in fact. SNY’s Ralph Vacchiano cited a source on Friday who stated the Jets have no intention of trading Adams and nonetheless anticipate to sign him to a long-term extension.

Until they are blown away by a suggestion, the Jets don’t have any real cause to commerce Adams. He’s nonetheless signed for 2 more seasons and could possibly be franchise tagged after that, although he clearly needs to avoid getting anyplace close to the purpose where New York must make that decision.

Whereas a first-round decide and third-round decide can be a pleasant compensation package deal, Adams is just 24 and has made the Professional Bowl each of the last two seasons. The stories about him probably being traded are in all probability being leaked by his camp in an try and put strain on the Jets, although the group has indicated moving Adams is not out of the question.