Jamal Adams is one of the few bight spots left on the once promising New York Jets after Monday night.
That may change soon.
After his team’s 23-2 loss to the Cleveland Browns in primetime on Monday Night Football, the star safety removed the Jets from his Twitter bio.
— SNY (@SNYtv) September 17, 2019
He didn’t stop there. Adams also unfollowed them on Instagram as well as removing his team from his bio on that platform as well.
— 12up (@12upSport) September 17, 2019
In a state of the league where players are requesting trades and being moved days later, a player rebelling against their team even if it’s as petty as removing them on social media cannot be taken lightly.