Report: Jets have ‘zero interest’ in released safety Jamal Adams

Former Jets safety Jamal Adams is now former Seahawks safety Jamal Adams. Seattle released both Adams and Quandre Diggs Tuesday as the team undergoes a bit of a shakeup under new head coach Mike MacDonald.

Could the Jets actually bring back Adams? It sounds very unlikely. In fact, per a tweet by SNY’s Connor Hughes, the Jets have “zero interest” in bringing the former All-Pro safety back to New York.

Adams spent three seasons with the Jets, recording 273 tackles and two interceptions in 46 games before being traded before the 2020 season, a trade that netted the Jets two first-round picks, one of which turned into cornerback Sauce Gardner in 2022.

Adams has 494 tackles and four interceptions in 80 career games. Seattle will eat almost $21 million in dead money by cutting Adams.

Story originally appeared on Jets Wire