Seattle Seahawks safety Jamal Adams addressed his back and forth with New York Jets back Le’Veon Bell, saying, “It’s nothing but love.”
It’s nothing but love, but this time, Jamal Adams had no choice for his favorite word to come across in four letters.
Due to the fact he said it aloud, on ESPN’s SportsCenter, the new Seattle Seahawks strong safety’s usually written-out “Luv” comes across headlines as “Love” when speaking about former teammate Le’Veon Bell.
“It’s nothing but love for Le’Veon, man,” Adams said on SportsCenter. “I really do wish him well.”
Adams, 24, the former New York Jets‘ best player, found himself tangled in a Twitter spat with Bell following the trade that sent him to the Great Northwest, along with a 2022 fourth-round pick, for Bradley McDougald, a pair of first-round picks (2021 and 2022), and a 2021 third-rounder.
Bell, 28, kicked off the spat with a straightforward tweet.
ppl do all the hootin & hollerin to get you brought in, just to leave…lol like people weird yooo, the internet got these dudes doin whatever for attention, even when they tell you sh*t they don’t believe themselves
— Le'Veon Bell (@LeVeonBell) July 25, 2020
It was Adams who heavily recruited Bell to New Jersey last offseason. Suddenly, the three-year Jet does everything he can to bolt town, leaving Bell confused.
Obviously, Adams didn’t leave the tweet alone.
Noted. See u Week 14! https://t.co/MjPOfiHtGi
— Jamal Adams (@Prez) July 26, 2020
“Everbody has an opinion about certain things; that’s just the nature of the beast,” Adams added. I had to do what was right for my family and I. And hey, man, no love lost for anybody over there. Like I said, man, due to COVID and what we’re going through with the pandemic, hopefully we can make it to Week 14, cause if we do, it’s gonna be a good one, man. I’ll just put it like that.”
Adams met with the Seahawks media for the first time on Thursday, stating that the plan is to retire in Seattle. The Jets are slated to take on the Seahawks out west in Week 14, a game that’s circled on the calendar for many more folks than just Adams and Bell.