Jamal Adams isn’t proud of the NFL. 

The 23-year-old Jets security blasted the league in a Twitter post Wednesday after he mentioned he was fined $21,000 for a late hit on Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield within the first quarter of his workforce’s 23-Three Week 2 loss to the Browns. 

“This league is a damn joke!” Adams wrote. “I just got fined $21k for this hit, I signed up to play football not two hand touch. Bull—! I don’t give a damn about these soft rules protecting QBs. Im gonna play MY brand of football everytime I step on the field. SMH.” 


Adams recorded 5 whole tackles towards Cleveland however mentioned throughout a latest interview he was benched late within the recreation. 

“I tried to anticipate a play, which I anticipated wrong, and I was benched,” Adams advised WFAN. “It occurs. I simply acquired to proceed to do my job to the most effective of my means in addition to assist lead the fellows round me. I do not actually know why or what was the explanation. I made the penalty, and so they took me out, so I’m not upset. Properly, I am upset that I wished to complete the sport, however I clearly did not end the sport. It’s what it’s.

“I made a bonehead mistake. One factor about me is that I’m at all times going to complete the sport regardless. It would not matter what is going on on. I’m on the market to hunt. That is simply how I am.”


The Jets initially chosen Adams out of LSU with the No. 6 decide within the 2017 NFL Draft. He made his first profession Professional Bowl final season. 

New York (0-2) will face the Patriots (2-0) in New England on Sunday. 


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