The Seahawks on Saturday acquired S Jamal Adams from the Jets. Seattle sent 1st-round picks in each of the next 2 drafts, a 3rd-round pick in 2021 and S Bradley McDougald for Adams and a 4th-rounder in 2022. That's a pretty shocking package for a safety, one of football's most fungible positions according to league salary averages. Adams, of course, ranks among the top players at the position. And he should continue to star in Seattle. Playing behind a stronger LB corps figures to ding his tackle upside, though. And the Seahawks aren't likely to have him rush the passer anywhere near as much as the Jets did last season. Adams garnered 101 pass-rushing chances in just 14 games, 2nd most among all safeties. Baltimore's Chuck Clark (106) was the only other safety to top 74 in that category. Seattle's entire safety group totaled 31 pass rushes. So don't expect Adams to come anywhere close to last season's 6 sacks. On the other side, S Bradley McDougald gains upside with the opportunity to take over Adams' spot. McDougald tallied top-20 fantasy finishes with the Bucs in 2016 and the Seahawks in 2018. He certainly carries that potential into 2020. We'll watch to make sure he wins the SS job with his new team. As for the team defenses, we're not adjusting the numbers on either unit for this trade.
Jets LB C.J. Mosley tells ESPN's Rich Cimini that he's getting close to full strength in his return from groin surgery and that he should be ready by training camp. “I wouldn’t say it’s 100 percent,” Mosley said. “I haven’t made those (cutting) movements, but I feel good. Mentally and physically, I feel great. It’s just a matter of getting on the field and doing it.” Mosley reportedly was on track to participate in offseason workouts, had those occurred. We'll certainly track him through the summer, but expect him to get back to being an IDP factor after missing basically all of his 1st Jets season.
Jets S Jamal Adams (ankle) is active for today's game against the Bills. He entered the day questionable, but played through last week's questionable tag to return from his 2-game injury. Put Adams into your Week 17 IDP lineups.
Jets S Jamal Adams (ankle) is active for today's game against the Steelers, as he said he would be. Go ahead and return him to IDP lineups in most cases. Adams' return likely pushes Darryl Roberts back to reserve status.
Jets S Jamal Adams tweeted Saturday, "I'm back." Adams is officially questionable with the ankle injury that cost him the past 2 games. It sounds like you can expect to use him in your IDP lineups, though. We'll confirm that status Sunday morning when the early-game inactives come out.
Jets HC Adam Gase said Monday that S Jamal Adams "is a legit week-to-week" with his sprained left ankle, according to the Washington Post. "I am going to lean on him a lot too as far as how he feels," Gase said. "We want to make sure that he is good to go before we put him back out there." Adams seems likely to miss Sunday's game against the Dolphins. The Jets then play on Thursday night in Week 15. We'll watch for updates on his status later this week.
Jets S Jamal Adams hurt his left foot in Sunday's loss to the Bengals. Adams didn't leave the game, but he said afterward that he "couldn't perform" like himself and that he "was in a lot of pain," according to the New York Daily News. We'll see if the injury endangers Adams' Week 14 availability.
Jets CB Darryl Roberts (calf) and DE Henry Anderson (shoulder) are active for today's game against the Bengals. The matchup gives upside to Anderson for deep IDP leagues. He's still a low-floor option. Roberts returns after losing 3 games to a calf injury. He remained limited in practice all week, and the Jets improved in coverage with an altered CB lineup against the Raiders last Sunday. It's not clear whether Roberts will regain his starting gig. You should avoid him in IDP lineups this week.
Jets CB Darryl Roberts (calf) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Raiders. He has missed the past 2 weeks with his calf injury. ILB Neville Hewitt (neck) is questionable for the game, but he returned to full playing time in Week 11 and should be good to go.
Jets LBs Neville Hewitt (neck, knee) and Brandon Copeland (hip) are active for today's game against Washington. Hewitt missed the past 4 games with his injury but should see full-time snaps. Copeland likely returns to a backup role, with James Burgess the expected starter next to Hewitt.
Jets LBs Neville Hewitt (neck, knee) and Brandon Copeland (hip, thumb) are questionable for Sunday's game against Washington. Hewitt remained only a limited practice participant, which he has been for weeks. Copeland missed practice Wednesday and Thursday before a limited Friday workout. He has started the past 2 games. We'll see if either player is available for Week 11. CB Darryl Roberts (calf) will likely miss his 2nd straight game. He's doubtful after missing practice all week.
Jets ILB Neville Hewitt is doubtful once again for Sunday's game against the Jets. Hewitt missed the past 3 contests and has been putting in limited practices for a while. In his absence, James Burgess and Brandon Copeland figure to start again. Both guys played 100% of the snaps in last week's loss to the Dolphins. CB Darryl Roberts is also doubtful with a calf injury he suffered during practice this week.
Jets CB Darryl Roberts suffered a non-contact calf injury in practice Wednesday. He sat out Thursday's workout. "I'm not really sure his availability for the game," HC Adam Gase said Thursday, according to the New York Post. "I just know those are tough ones to come back from that fast." We've removed Roberts from the Week 10 DB rankings. We'll see how things progress.
Jets LB Neville Hewitt (neck) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. The team will also miss LB Blake Cashman, who landed on IR this week with a shoulder injury. With those 2 out, plus LBs Avery Williamson and Albert McClellan on IR and C.J. Mosley out at least another month, James Burgess will start against Miami. The Jets also signed LB Zach Brown, who got dumped by the Eagles after their Week 6 loss at Minnesota. We've added Burgess to the Week 9 IDP rankings.
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