The Jets suffered another loss on Monday, falling to the Browns, 23-3, on their home turf. An 0-2 start to the season is certainly not what the team had hoped for
And it doesn't look like Pro Bowl safety Jamal Adams is taking well.
Adams has taken out the Jets from his Twitter and Instagram bios, and it appears he unfollowed the team on his Instagram page. He is still following them on Twitter as of now.
He used to have "Former LSU All-American - Defensive Back for the New York Jets" in his Twitter bio, as you can see below...
But it has now changed to a quote stating, "Let the lord fight your battles. He hasn't lost one yet!" As for Instagram, nothing remains in his bio but his name.
ESPN's Dianna Russini asked Adams about his unfollowing, and he said he never followed the Jets since he was drafted back in 2017.
This move by Adams could stem from him being benched for a few plays yesterday after he had gotten a couple flags thrown against him. Head coach Adam Gase addressed that during his conference call on Tuesday, and explained why he made that move.
"I think after he got the last penalty, it was just more of -- you're talking about a guy who is extremely competitive and he wants to win as much as anybody I've ever been around. And I'm sure at that point in the game he was extremely frustrated," Gase said. "I think when it gets like that and you want to go make a play and you want to have a positive, impactful play and the score is a little lopsided like that, you get a little over-aggressive."
So is this simply frustration stemming from the loss, or is Adams trying to say something with his discrete social media move?