First round pick Jamal Adams and the Jets have agreed to a contract that will bring the safety to training camp on time.
Jets reached agreement with first-round pick Jamal Adams.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 21, 2017
The #Jets' deal with first-round safety Jamal Adams is 4 years, fully guaranteed and worth $22.3M, source said. $14.3M in a signing bonus.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 21, 2017
At this point, rookies being signed in time for training camp is the rule rather than the exception. Holdouts do happen, but they are rare. The details that the team and the player negotiate are relatively minor. I feel like any team that allows a negotiation to get to the point of a holdout is being penny wise and pound foolish.
While this wasn't a surprise or a particularly difficult task, it was a necessary one. The Jets will have all of their picks in training camp on time.