Speculation centered around Robby Anderson, Le’Veon Bell, and Jamal Adams. The rumors around Adams broke late in the afternoon as the All Pro safety was linked to the Dallas Cowboys.
Ultimately the Jets did not move any of their remaining players.
I will admit there was a point in the afternoon that I got hopeful. The thought of infusing Draft capital into this team was exciting. Ultimately, the deals were nowhere close to being completed.
The asking price for Jets S Jamal Adams, I'm told, was shade under what the Jaguars got for Jalen Ramsey. Which is to say, they were asking for a LOT.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) October 29, 2019
Many expected Anderson to be dealt. The asking price suggests he might be in the Jets’ plans going forward. The compensation the Jets were seeking wasn’t very realistic. If they were actually motivated to move Robby, they probably would have lowered it. Now we can look to see whether some sort of extension will be worked out.
For Adams, the Jets rightly asked for a ton. The Cowboys didn’t seem serious with their offer.
A deal for Jamal Adams is not done, but the #Cowboys and #Jets are indeed still talking.— Mike Leslie (@MikeLeslieWFAA) October 29, 2019
I asked a Cowboys front office source if a 1st & 3rd would be compensation they'd consider for Adams.
His response: "We wouldn't do that."
It isn’t worth trading Adams if the only offers are lowballs.