Jamal Adams hasn't been shy while calling for the Jets to trade for Antonio Brown and sign Le'Veon Bell. On Wednesday, he went into detail about it.
And while many (including one former teammate) think the Jets should shy away from Brown because of his off-field issues, Adams made it clear he doesn't really care.
"Can he help us win? That's the main thing with me," Adams said Wednesday. "That should be the main thing with the organization."
"I'll tell you this: We're hoping we can grab him," Adams told The Post on radio row at the Super Bowl on Wednesday.
Bell, the Steelers star running back, is expected to have many teams pursuing him in free agency this offseason. The Jets have nearly $100 million in cap space and are in need of offensive playmakers for 21-year-old QB Sam Darnold.
Adams told The Post he has attempted to contact Bell to no avail.
"Man, he still hasn't hit me back. I'm kind of frustrated with him," Adams joked. "Nah, I'm not. I'm not frustrated with him at all."
Undeterred, Adams kept pitching the two stars in public.
"I want you guys to come be a part of something special,"Adams said Wednesday during an appearance on the NFL Network. "I think we have a lot of new energy, new coaching staff. The sky's the limit, we're just missing a few pieces. If you guys come join us, there will be nothing like bringing a Super Bowl back to the Jets organization."