The New York Jets first round pick, 6th overall, in the 2017 NFL Draft has been signed to a four-year rookie contract today.
Safety Jamal Adams is 21-years-old, 6'0, 211 lbs, and is the face of the future for the Jets organization. Adams played his college career for LSU where he was named to the ll-team in 2015 and 2016, along with being named a Second-team All-American in 2016.
On January 6, 2017, Adams announced he would not return to LSU for his senior season, instead taking his chances in the.
The Jets have extended a hefty contract to the rookie, not surprising given the amount of hype built up around Adams heading into the draft. This might be a rare bit of good news for the Jets, and something positive to look forwards with an uncertain season about to start.
Source: Ian Rapoport - Twitter · Photo Credit: KEYSTONE PRESS