Adams and Rodgers played together for eight seasons before the wide receiver was traded to the Raiders last year, while Adams joined the Jets via trade earlier in the offseason.
As far-fetched as it may be, speculation over the possibility of a reunion has emerged on the back of Rodgers agreeing a two-year deal with his new team that would see him earn $75 million as opposed to $110 million.
The significant pay cut could theoretically be used to sign Adams, though it is a long shot as the WR signed a five-year deal worth $140 million with the Raiders after his arrival and will be the highest-earning receiver next season as he’s set to make $26.64 million.
While it’s fun to consider, the Jets would find it difficult to present Vegas with attractive trade capital. The wideout might not be happy in the wake of the team’s decision pertaining to his good friend Derek Carr, but a move to the Jets is very unlikely right now.
Of the 87 touchdowns Adams has scored in his career, 68 of them came off passes from Rodgers. He led the league with 18 in 2020.
Meanwhile, the Jets have already reunited the four-time MVP with two of his former Packers teammates in Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb.
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