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The one-win New York Jets are clearly in sell off mode hours ahead of the NFL trade deadline. It was just earlier this week that New York dealt former top-10 pick Leonard Williams to the Giants.

Now comes this note from ESPN’s Rich Cimini indicating that the Jets could very well deal star young safety Jamal Adams.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media followed up with a report indicating that the Dallas Cowboys have had discussions with New York about the third-year safety. Compensation heading back to the Jets would be massive.

Dallas has long been looking for an upgrade a safey. Adams, 24, would certainly provide that.

The No. 6 overall pick back in 2017, Adams earned a Pro Bowl appearance as a sophomore last season. He’s already racked up five passes defended and a pick this season.

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