Last week, it was reported by Cowboys insider Mike Fisher that the Dallas Cowboys could pursue a trade for Jamal Adams if he’s unable to work out a long-term contract extension with the Jets.
“If the Cowboys sense that Jamal Adams and Jets can’t agree on a long-term deal, Dallas will circle back with a high-pick offer,” he reports.
If them or any other team are serious about getting him, it’ll cost them a lot. According to ESPN’s Rich Cimini, it would take an “extraordinary offer” to convince the team to part ways with the safety.
Although the 24-year-old still has two years left on his contract, he is hoping to get a raise. In 2019, it was reported that the Jets were seeking at least one first-round pick in exchange for Adams. It looks like they are looking for way more than that now.
Dallas reportedly dangled a first and third-round pick in the direction of the Jets before the in-season trade deadline on Oct. 29th, but the team was unwilling to move on from Adams at that time.
Adams recorded 75 tackles, 6.5 sacks, one interception, two forced fumbles, one recovery, two defensive touchdowns and seven pass defenses during the 2019 season.