The biggest story this week in the NFL involves Jamal Adams of the New York Jets. He wasn't shipped out of town before the trade deadline, but it's pretty clear there is tension building between him and the front office.
New York reportedly listened to offers for Adams, as Dallas and Baltimore expressed interest in the former first-round pick.
Regardless of the trade offers they received, the Jets decided to keep Adams on their roster. General manager Joe Douglas even said the team didn't actively pursue a deal.
Adams went on Twitter to voice his frustrations with the franchise, saying they went behind his back and put him on the trade block.
In an effort to clear the air regarding his relationship with the Jets, Adams spoke to the media today about what transpired near the trade deadline. However, it may have actually made his situation worse.
Not only did Adams admit that he would have been OK with being traded to the Cowboys, he revealed that he isn't ready to speak to Adam Gase or Joe Douglas.
His comments during today's press conference generated several questions from fans in New York, which has now inspired the LSU product to open up on social media again.
"Not saying I’m the greatest ever. But you shouldn’t tell a guy you are the cornerstone of the team on Friday, that you won’t be moved, and then negotiate terms with other teams 3 days later," Adams wrote on Twitter. "But look, I’m at peace with everything! It’s all Luv!"
Adams then shifted gears toward the team's upcoming matchup with the Miami Dolphins.
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This isn't an ideal situation by any means for Adams or the Jets, and it's possible this drama lingers for the second half of the season.
It wouldn't be a surprise if the team actually tries to acquire a package of picks for Adams this offseason. After all, we've seen a few disgruntled stars on the move this year.