Yes. Just a few days ago, I was where you are, but other posters pointed out that a few weeks ago he suddenly pulled his connection to the Jets off of social media and he stopped calling into the Bart Scott and Maggie Gray show on WFAN over the question of why he did that. If he wants to remain a Jet, why would he suddenly, without explanation remove all traces of the Jets from his social media pages? That makes zero sense unless he was already checking out mentally/emotionally. He then liked the Louis Riddick tweet: https://forums.theganggreen.com/thr...ys-for-jamal-adams.93065/page-10#post-3870459 It's post #186. Douglas spoke with him prior to the trade deadline, told him that Riddick was wrong, that there would be no firesale, and that he was in their long-term plans. Then and only then did Adams start getting upset. I think he's smart too, perhaps too smart to lose control like this, particularly seeing that to my knowledge, he's always been very disciplined before. I think his father is a career Army man, so I'm sure that Adams was raised to keep his emotions in check, and to be more disciplined than that. It just doesn't jive. IMO it's sounding more and more contrived. I don't care how upset or frustrated he was with losing, someone that smart and disciplined wouldn't call his boss/HC and GM liars and backstabbers in print on the internet (Twitter) and then not take it down, and then refuse to speak with them. If he wasn't lying himself, we already know that his agent lied to him about what was happening, so that is troubling. As several posters have noted, Adams' actions sound very similar to Jalen Ramsey's actions and other players who wanted to force a trade from their present team. It is really starting to totally sound like something a greedy agent would plan. I get my player to make up shit, accuse his bosses of lying and backstabbing, try to paint them as the bad guys, make them think he's going to be too big of a headache to deal with and be a distraction, then I can assure his new team that he won't be a problem for them, that it was all an orchestrated act to get away from that dysfunctional, incompetent mess that is the Jets. Other teams would buy into that or not care. Some don't care about character anyway, only talent. I was willing to give him the benefit of the doubt initially, but then he refuses to speak with Douglas, and has posted several other things on Instagram such as affirming that what Ryan Clark said is true, that he'd love to play for the Cowboys. He can't have it both ways. He can't love it here and want to remain a Jet and "love" to want to play for the Cowboys too. Adams supposedly had a great practice yesterday and was focused. If he was truly that hurt and emotionally upset, do you really think that his play in practice wouldn't have been affected, and that he wouldn't have been at least somewhat unfocused? I don't. Even if so, it sounds like his agent or father told him to focus at practice and not let it affect his game. They also should have told him to take the offensive crap down off of Twitter and Instagram, put the Jets back up on his social media accounts and sit down with Douglas. None of that has happened AFAIK.