Brian Costello opens the show talking about the Jamal Adams trade-deadline drama and Adams’ comments the following day.
NY Post columnist Mark Cannizzaro joins the podcast, and the guys break down the Adams controversy as well as the Leonard Williams trade to the Giants and the trades the Jets did not make. They then preview the Jets’ matchup on Sunday against the Dolphins.
Jets great Wesley Walker comes on the show to chat about Adams’ actions, how frustrating it is to watch this team and memorable moments from his own career.
On Jets’ struggles this season:
Walker: It’s probably better off that I don’t watch it, because it’s very frustrating. Every time I think it can’t get any worse, it starts to. It’s very shocking and disappointing and it’s been very difficult to watch.
On Jamal Adams being on the trade block:
Walker: In this day and age, there’s really no commitment. It’s a business. That’s what you have to really realize. It certainly doesn’t make you feel good as a player when you’re in a situation such as this, and it comes with losing a lot of times. You have to start questioning as a fan what direction is this team going in.
On Adams’ comments on social media:
Walker: It’s just a different time with the social media stuff. I was at a uniform launch earlier this year, and I know Jamal was more into how he was going to post the pictures on Instagram. And this is the game of football. I don’t have any problems with social media. I’m on Facebook. But when it comes to that game, you take care of your job, you don’t need to be doing these extracurricular things. I just am so shocked sometimes when I see some of the things that are said, the way people are acting. Antonio Brown was one of the guys who I had a lot of respect for until his situation when I see how he acts. I don’t necessarily agree with how they act and what they do. I want to see your play out on the football field. I was always a modest type of player and I respect that. Sam Darnold…you don’t hear about those things. He’s taking a more professional approach. I just wish more people would follow in that line.
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