Jets Send Blunt 2-Word Message to Jamal Adams About Reunion

Jets Send Blunt 2-Word Message to Jamal Adams About Reunion

On Tuesday, March 5 the Seattle Seahawks announced that they had released veteran safety Jamal Adams.

Jamal Adams, Seahawks

There was immediate speculation on social media that Adams could return home to play for the New York Jets. However, Connor Hughes of SNY ended all of that with a sickening thud on X previously Twitter.

“The Jets have ‘zero’ interest in a reunion with recently-released safety Jamal Adams, multiple sources told @SNYtv, despite social media rumblings that Adams wants to come back to NYJ,” Hughes emphatically stated on social media.

The #Jets have “zero” interest in a reunion with recently-released safety Jamal Adams, multiple sources told @SNYtv, despite social media rumblings that Adams wants to come back to #NYJ.

Adams finished 2023 with a PFF grade of 54.9, which ranked 95th among safeties who played…

Adams Has Been Flirting With Potential Jets Return for Weeks
On January 10 Adams liked my post on social media where I explained I’d be open to an Adams comeback to New York if he hit the open market.

Jamal Adams recent like appears that he wants to come home to the Jets

We are good over here, buddy

Later in January, Adams started sharing old photos of himself in a Jets uniform on his Instagram story. That sparked even more speculation that the talented defensive back was interested in returning to the Jets.

Jamal Adams has been going back and forth posting old photos of himself in #Jets uniforms and in old/current #Seahawks uniforms on his Instagram story.

What’s going on?

[🎥: Jamal Adams/IG]

The Jets are desperate for safety help this offseason, but apparently not that desperate.

Tony Adams and Jarrick Bernard-Converse are the only safeties that are under contract for 2024. Adams is a starter and JBC is a developmental backup.

Three other safeties from the Jets roster are scheduled to become free agents this offseason: Jordan Whitehead, Chuck Clark, and Ashtyn Davis.

Rich Cimini of ESPN said, “Look for the Jets to re-sign at least one of them.” If Gang Green followed through on that they would have two starters at safety.

However, Connor Rogers recently explained that ideally, you want to have three capable starters at safety on your roster. For depth purposes and when the Jets go to three safety looks on the backend of the defense.

.@ConnorJRogers told @EGreenbergJets how he would fix the safety position this offseason:

‘You want three starting caliber safeties’ + ‘this system has been great for safeties’ + said you don’t have to invest a ton of premium resources into the position.

‘I would bring back…

Strange Social Media Activity From Whitehead Ahead of Free Agency

Whitehead posted on social media on March 1, “Already shown what I do in the box. Had 10 tfl the year I went to Super Bowl. Word was I couldn’t play the ball … Went to a different scheme played deep safety showed y’all 6 picks 18 pass deflections in 2 years.”

Already shown what I do in the box . Had 10 tfl the year I went to Super Bowl .
Word was I couldn’t play the ball …
Went to a different scheme played deep safety showed y’all 6 picks 18 pass deflections in 2 years .

There have been a lot of squabbles on X between Whitehead and fans/media personalities during his tenure in New York.

The veteran safety has often been criticized for his underwhelming Pro Football Focus grades and that has seemed to bother Whitehead:

2022 PFF grades: 66.1 overall, 59.4 run defense, and 70.6 coverage.
2023 PFF grades: 68.1 overall, 66.0 run defense, and 68.9 coverage.
Whitehead reshared JJ Watt’s take on PFF who said, “This is what happens when you try to grade football players with an algorithm… CJ Stroud’s performance was ‘graded’ a 77.8. And people treat this s*** as gospel.”

“PFF is useful for stats/analytics on targets, formation alignments and the percentages of those. “Grades” 😂 they have ZERO clue what the actual calls and responsibilities are. And btw, I happen to grade very well inside our building. Could care less about PFF. Argue with a wall,” NFL defensive back Justin Reid added. Whitehead also reshared this take on his social media.

Whitehead is coming off of a two-year deal for $14.5 million with the Jets. The coaching staff loves him and the team would be open to a return in 2024 on a similar contract.

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