Le'Veon Bell calls out Jamal Adams for lying about the Jets

The Seahawks have traded for All Pro safety Jamal Adas from the New York Jets

The Seahawks have traded for All Pro safety Jamal Adas from the New York Jets

Now, with the Jets looking at a future without Jamal Adams and with former Dolphins head coach Adam Gase still at the helm, it is hard to envision NY enjoying a successful 2020 season.

Adams has ripped everyone from Jets general manager Joe Douglas to head coach Adam Gase in recent months and hasn't been shy about sharing his displeasure through social media.

Bell tweeted an apparent shot at Adams after the trade was reported. Consecutive 1s is exceptional value for a player who was trying to force the team's hand.

NY also lands a starting-level replacement for Adams in McDougald, an eighth-year pro who had 52 solo tackles and two interceptions in 15 games for the Seahawks last season.

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"Damn lol", Adams said via Twitter on Sunday night. The unknown, of course, is where the picks will land. Yes, he is going to be expecting (soon) a giant contract extension, and the draft pick price was steep.

That doesn't automatically mean the Giants will look to trade Barkley, but if they're no closer to returning to competition, it makes little sense for them to invest big dollars into a running back and it makes less sense for Barkley to waste his prime years. He amassed 75 tackles, 6.5 sacks, and two interceptions in 2019, and the defensive chess piece now joins an improved Seahawks secondary.

This is one of those trades where both teams appear to be getting what they desire.

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