Oddsmakers like Jamal Adams to Dallas; Cowboys have 'nothing yet'


Along with the initial seven clubs Adams would reportedly be willing to play for following a trade, the New York Jets' All-Pro safety said he'd love to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he told ESPN's Ryan Clark, according to Field Yates. One of the eight preferred destinations he'd want to go to could be the Dallas Cowboys.

Adams is from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and graduated from Carrollton Hebron High School.

The Jets reportedly entertained trade offers for Adams a year ago, with the Dallas Cowboys heavily linked.

Adams wants to get out of NY not just to improve his chances of winning, but also to get paid.

So exactly what do we actually glean out of this one simple like on Instagram?

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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". Though Adams was an incredible player for Gang Green, 3 years of inherent dysfunction could be a lot for anyone to take care of.

The 24-year-old safety has a list of seven teams where he would like to be traded. The Cowboys have plenty of intriguing assets they are able to send the Jets' way. The Pro Bowl and All-Pro defender wants to be the highest-paid safety but has two years remaining on his rookie deal after the Jets executed his fifth-year option.

The prospect of adding Adams is an exciting one, especially with the talent this team already has at safety in Tyrann Mathieu, Juan Thornhill, Daniel Sorensen and Armani Watts. Of course, that's important. "Well deserved", Adams said Thursday. He has no interest in playing another down for the Jets. Unfortunately, the Jacksonville Jaguars aren't among the teams he'd like to play for.

In response to an Instagram comment made by a fan comparing how he's handled his contract situation to the actions of Patrick Mahomes, who will likely sign a major contract sometime this summer, Adams hinted that his time with the team may be coming to an end.