Jamal Adams wants to be among NFL's highest-paid defensive players

Jamal Adams adds Buccaneers to list of trade destinations

Jets All-Pro safety Jamal Adams officially requests trade

Adams, who is a two-time Pro Bowler, was the No. 6 pick in the 2017 draft after earning First-Team All-SEC and Second-Team All-American honors during his final season at LSU.

While it's only a like on Instagram, it reaffirms Adams' time with the Jets is probably coming to a conclusion. Later in the day, it was reported by ESPN's Rich Cimini that Adams requested a trade.

Jamal Adams, the All-Pro safety, is not happy with his contract situation and has formally requested a trade from the New York Jets.

The list isn't too surprising as six of those seven teams made the playoffs last season.

Handicappers at SportsLine have revealed odds for where the former LSU Tiger in the final year of his rookie National Football League contract will be playing in Week 1 of the 2020 season if- and that's a key word in this exercise- he is traded by the Jets.

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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".

Adams is eligible for a new contract now, because he has finished three seasons in the NFL. Bowles now serves as the Bucs' defensive coordinator and he'd surely love to add Adams to his secondary. Ultimately, Adams is seeking a deal worth about $20MM/year - far beyond the ~$15MM/year it would take to make him the NFL's all-time highest-paid safety. Currently, that honor goes to Eddie Jackson of the Chicago Bears, who makes $14.6 million.

The longer Dolphins fans can have the Jets remain committed to Adam Gase in NY, the better. The two-time Pro Bowler wants out of NY and provided a list of acceptable trade destinations.

"It's all about Marquise Blair at this point", he said. But, the conflict apparently is about the timing: Adams wants the extension now, while the team prefers to wait until next year, at the earliest. But if I'm the Seattle Seahawks, I'm taking a chance on this guy.

Adams feels like he should be paid like the game's top earners - he pretty much compared himself to Tom Brady a few months back - but if nothing else, he's talking like one already.

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