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New York Jets SS Jamal Adams: ‘Maybe it’s time to move on’

EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY - SEPTEMBER 08: Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills shakes Jamal Adams #33 of the New York Jets during the first quarter at MetLife Stadium on September 08, 2019 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
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New York Jets strong safety Jamal Adams replies to a fan in an Instagram post with an interesting capper: “Maybe it’s time to move on.”

Jamal Adams has spoken, yet again. And yes, of course it comes by way of social media. Only this time, he actually took the time to reply to a commenter.

“I have time this morning,” Adams replied. “DO YALL JUST SPEAK WITHOUT UNDERSTANDING WHAT YALL ARE TYPING? Or nah?

“Ohhh I see what this is. I deserve to be paid but when I ask to be taking care of I’m “BEING THAT GUY” huh? What does Pat have to do with me? Pat is about to get 40 to 60 M’s a year. Well deserved. That’s my guy. But don’t compare me to QB’s if you aren’t paying me QB money. Shit, if I was about to get 40 plus u wouldn’t hear a damn word from me. Lol fr fr. Don’t use the pandemic excuse. CM22 got paid not too long ago. Well deserved. Great friend of mind. You’re lost my guy. Ima protect myself just like an organization will look out for themselves at the end of the day. & if you guys don’t respect that, cool. It’s all luv. Maybe it’s time to move on. Can’t trick a WIZARD! Luv.”

Adams, 24, just cannot stay away from social media. The folks he’s speaking to on social media might be the most lost in the world individuals he would ever meet face-to-face, yet he’s amazingly taking these words as something to concern himself with.

Adams has made it clear that he wants an extension prior to the 2020 season. He’s entering the fourth year of his rookie deal, a spot that’s not usually kind to young NFL players. Very rarely do first-round picks sign that extension after the third year.

The New York Jets, on the other hand, understandably don’t want to trade him or sign him until at least after the fourth year of his rookie deal. The two sides are now entering waters that may be tough to overcome in the future.

Stay tuned. More news will come (probably by way of social media).

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