Here we go again.

Could New York Jets safety Jamal Adams be on the move? Specifically to the Dallas Cowboys?

According to NFL insider Gary Myers of New York, the Jets and Adams are having significant issues coming to a possible long-term agreement.

The Jets have already exercised Adams option 5th year option for 2021 but there remains a stalemate that could put Adams on the trade block.

The former LSU star is a native of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, sports a Dallas Stars tattoo on his right leg and has been on record as saying that he grew up a Dallas Cowboys fan.

The Cowboys could use an upgrade at the position even with the addition of Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix during this off season.

Adams is set to only make $3.5 million in 2020, but any team that trades for him will have to give up significant compensation and then sign the safety to a long-term contract.

Nonetheless, the rumor mill will re-start with the news of Adams and the Jets publicly feuding once again.

Flip the pages for video of Adams and some of Cowboys Nation’s reaction to the news.

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