Jamal Adams does not have his future assured in the Jets | Sarah Stier / .
The Jets and their star, Jamal Adams, are still unable to reach an agreement for a contract extension and that has many teams thinking about seeking change.
A report by Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports revealed that the New York team wants a first-round pick and a third-round pick in any deal by the 24-year-old safety.
The Jets and All-Pro S Jamal Adams have hit an impasse on talks on a long-term extension, per @RichCimini. https://t.co/eUP7FiU4wG
– Field Yates (@FieldYates) May 22, 2020
Adams is seeking to be the highest-paid player in his position, which Eddie Jackson of the Bears currently has, so the extension would have to be at least $ 15 million per season.
The Jets made use of the option for a fifth year on their contract, so they have control over it until 2021.