Davante Adams and the rest of the players on the Las Vegas Raiders appeared to breathe a sigh of relief when head coach Josh McDaniels was fired early last week. It was a part of a bigger house-cleaning for the team’s ownership, who also moved on from their general manager and offensive coordinator, and will focus during the second half of the season on setting themselves up for success in 2024. If the New York Jets had their way, Adams wouldn’t have been around to be a part of the changes.
Jets Tried To Trade For Davante Adams
Ahead of Tuesday’s NFL trade deadline, the Jets tried to trade for Raiders’ Pro Bowl WR Davante Adams; Las Vegas turned them away – and then proceeded to make mass changes to the organization.https://t.co/CzVeGj6hMX
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 4, 2023
It was reported on Saturday by ESPN’s Adam Schefter that at the trade deadline, the Jets made calls about Adams, attempting to reunite him with Aaron Rodgers, whom he shared his best years with in Green Bay. The Raiders turned them down as they said publicly that they wouldn’t be answering any calls regarding a trade for their star wide receiver, then proceeded to make the sweeping changes to their organization.
Davante Adams’ time in Las Vegas hasn’t exactly been the experience that he signed up for. He arrived prior to the 2022 season after spending his first 8 years with the Packers, which paired him back up with his old college quarterback in Derek Carr. The two had some statistical success in their single season together with the Raiders, but Carr had a falling out with the team and was eventually released after the 2022 campaign.
Rodgers Still Hopes To Return This Season
Davante Adams is hilarious 😂
He mocks the media, saying: “This is why they are losing, they are focused on the wrong shit” 💀
(🎥: @loganreever) pic.twitter.com/sBN7OyFEww
— JPAFootball (@jasrifootball) November 2, 2023
Adams was left to catch passes from…
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Author : Anthony R. Cardenas
Publish date : 2023-11-04 22:32:09
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