Jamal Adams appears to have reached a breaking point with the Jets.
Adams ripped into the commenter and voiced frustration with the status of the contract negotiations, ending his lengthy reply by saying, “maybe it’s time to move on!”
“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?” he asked, rhetorically.
Further down the reply, Adams points to others from his draft class that have already received extensions, such as Christian McCaffrey.
Jets GM Joe Douglas stated in April that they had no plans to trade Adams and that they have every intetion to make him a “Jet for life.”
Adams is entering the fourth year of his rookie contract, while the Jets have exercised his option for a fifth year, which would pay him $9.86 million in 2021 – if no extension is reached. He held out of the team’s voluntary virtual offseason training program this spring with hopes to make progress in a contract extension.