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Two key transfers in the NFL

Despite months of stress, the New York Jets and the All-Pro security officers, Jamal Adams, eventually came together on Saturday afternoon.

Jamal Adams moves to Seahawks

In exchange for safety Bradley McDougald, a first-round pick and third-round pick in 2021, and a first-round option for 2022, announced NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, the Jets traded the disgusting star defense and a 2022 fourth option to the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks then announced that the move is over before physicals were done.

Shortly after the announcement, Jets GM Joe Douglas released a declaration stating that this trade gives them a rare chance to strengthen their roster with multiple first-round picks in the next two years, and versatility to develop this squad in the future.

He continued that the team retained their faith in Jamal Adams having a long and productive future with the Jets, but that it was essential to be flexible and able to adapt to new opportunities and situations.

“As I have always said, my job is to listen to calls, and this offer was one we could not ignore.” He added.

The proverbial writing decorated about every part of the MetLife Stadium after Adam’s officially asked for a trade-in June, as it frustrated the lack of success in a long-term deal with the Jets. Despite the attempts by head coach Adam Gase and defensive coordinator Gregg Williams to fix the hurt, the bond between Adams and team brass continued to decline.

Events appeared to hit the last point of reference on Friday when Adams reached Gase and Douglas at the New York Daily News in an interview claiming that Gase “isn’t the right leader” to support N.Y. He told Douglas to address his contract situation, too and called for him to consider that he was “very insulting” with his organization. He also criticized Douglas ‘s attitude to his contractual position.

Adams will play in Seattle under the excentric Pete Carroll and defensive coach, Ken Norton Jun., and will join the back end of the season, which includes safety Quandre Diggs, who will be named his first Pro Bowl for the first time.

Adams came more than welcome for a high school student who finished 27th on pass defense (4,223 total pass yards, 263.9 YPG) even though he only allowed 19 touchdowns and 16 intercepts.

Adams stressed for a long time that he needs to be in an organization that wants to succeed and do the right thing. The Seahawks are sure to take advantage of those bags, a team that has never lost a season since 2011, and toys a healthy roster and coaching staff.


Chiefs strengthen O-line with Veteran G Kelechi Osemele

In their campaign, the chiefs have inserted a big star.

Sunday, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport tweets on a trusted source of a one-year contract between reigning Super-Bowl Champions and veteran guard Kelechi Osemele, worth a total $2 million.

The transfer takes place less than one day after the club’s starting right-wing defender, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, announced he would select the next season. Osemele, once part of the highest paying guards of the NFL, supplies the K.C. with a right trenches choice, as long as he’s safe.

In their campaign, the chiefs have inserted a big star.

Sunday, via a knowledgeable source, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, 31, landing in a team set for another deep after-season run in 2020 was the very best case scenario after an unforgettable year’s tenure on the Jets, with the Super Bowl’s reigning champions agreed to a one-year extension with the Kelechi Veteran Guard Osemele for up to $ 2 million. He was restricted to three games because of a continuing shoulder injury and was released in late October following surgery.

After a productive three-saison raid with the raids, Osemele was traded to New York last March. He signed a five-year, 60 million dollars contract in 2016 as a free agent, and was soon a successful addition. He first made the pro bowl and was named the first All-Star team, which he followed in 2017 with another Pro bowl link.

Osemele spent four years in Baltimore, where he played 51 games, as the second pick of the 2012 Ravens. As they won Super Bowl XLVII in 2013, he was the starting left guard of the team.



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