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Seattle Seahawks safety Jamal Adams joined the Bill Simmons podcast and discussed his first year in the Emerald City after being traded by the New York Jets, as well as his upcoming Madden Pro Bowl tournament.
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Adams detailed what coach Pete Carroll told him when they first talked after the two teams came to an agreement on a trade.
“‘I want you to come here and be Jamal Adams. Be the best version of Jamal Adams,’” he said. “That took a burden off my back because I always put it on my shoulders. I knew that it was going to be special. And to this day, that’s my guy, man, I’d run through a brick wall for him.”
Adams expressed hope of staying in Seattle for the long-term future, as he loves playing in the blue and green.
“Hopefully this (is) being my future,’’ Adams said. “Because I love it here.”
The veteran safety also promised that 2021 will be a career year after injuries hampered his performance in the Seahawks’ wild-card loss to the Rams.
Adams is focused on it being his best season yet.