Pro Bowl security is expected to take its physical shape Monday in Seattle.
While with the Jets, the 24-year-old frequently used social media to express his frustrations with the franchise, which included not getting the big contract extension he felt he deserved.
Adams is on a friendly rookie deal with the team with $ 13.45 million remaining through 2021, so didn’t have much weight in negotiations with the Jets.
Relations between the two teams have deteriorated over the past calendar year and on Saturday the Jets traded their best player and a future fourth-round pick to the Seahawks for two first-round picks (2021, 22), a pick from third round in 2021. and safety Bradley McDougald, who will likely replace Adams as a starter.
Adams appeared happy with the exchange on Twitter, regardless of the early theft.