Memo to athletes: Be careful what you like.
Jamal Adams caused a bit of a stir on social media Tuesday when it was discovered the star safety “liked” a Tweet from Sunday suggesting the Cowboys make a run at him two offseasons from now.
“If I’m the Cowboys, and I’m not, I give Jamal Adams whatever he wants if he becomes a free agent in 2020,” wrote The Athletic’s Calvin Watkins over the weekend.
Adams grew up north of Dallas and attended Hebron HS in Carrollton, Texas.
It’s certainly not the first time an athlete has used the “like” button to send a message.
Remember when Manny Machado gave his approval of an Instagram post depicting him in a Yankees jersey?
But what makes this more intriguing is that Adams went off following the Jets latest woes on Sunday.
“I’m sick of losing,” Adams, 23, said following an ugly 13-6 loss to the Dolphins. “It pisses me off every time. I’m not a loser. I want to get back on the winning track. We’ve lost three straight? Come on, man.”
Perhaps the stud responsible for 63 tackles and one sack is still venting — or he wants to send a stronger message to the front office.