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Sport Jets GM stands by Adam Gase after Jamal Adams’ criticism: ‘I especially believe in coach Gase’

04:24  28 july  2020
04:24  28 july  2020 Source:   sports.yahoo.com

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All-Pro safety Jamal Adams wants out of New York, and one of the reasons why is that he doesn't trust Jets head coach Adam Gase as a leader. Adams requested a trade last month stemming from frustration over the lack of a new long-term deal. Things have spiraled from there.

Jamal Adams may not be a fan of New York Jets coach Adam Gase, but general manager Joe Douglas’ support of his coach is as strong as it's ever been..

Douglas — just days after Adams ripped Gase’s leadership last week before he was traded to the Seattle Seahawks — stood by Gase on Monday.

“I especially believe in coach Gase,” Douglas said, via the New York Daily News. “I think he’s the right coach to lead this team.

“Having watched him work last year, having seen him and his staff overcome a 1-7 start and finish the way they did, I feel really good about where we are with him and his leadership.”

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Adam Gase and Joe Douglas were the targets of Jamal Adams ' fury as the wantaway safety ripped into the New York Jets ' top brass. Jamal Adams ' frustration at not getting a new contract has continued, with the New York Jets safety turning his ire on his own head coach and general manager.

Jamal Adams ' frustration at not getting a new contract has continued, with the New York Jets safety turning his ire on his own head coach and general manager. His latest tactic has been to blast head coach Adam Gase , who led the Jets to a 7-9 record in 2019 having been surprisingly appointed after

Jamal Adams slams Gase

Adams, who was perhaps the best player on the Jets last season, had long been pushing for a trade this offseason. He was finally dealt to the Seahawks in exchange for three draft picks and safety Bradley McDougald — a deal that was finalized on Monday.

Adams told the Daily News last week that he hadn’t talked to Gase since his exit interview after last season ended.

“I don’t feel like he’s the right leader for this organization to reach the Promised Land,” Adams said. “As a leader, what really bothers me is that he doesn’t have a relationship with everybody in the building.

“At the end of the day, he doesn’t address the team. If there’s a problem in the locker room, he lets another coach address the team. If we’re playing sh---y and we’re losing, he doesn’t address the entire team as a group at halftime. He’ll walk out of the locker room and let another coach handle it.”

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It included harsh criticisms of coach Adam Gase ’s leadership and general manager Joe Douglas, who Adams doesn’t trust anymore. If the two-time Pro Bowler is still with the Jets this fall, it’s going to be an awkward situation. Jamal Adams says Adam Gase isn’t right for the Jets .

The New York Jets introduce Adam Gase as the 19th head coach in franchise history during a press conference at the Atlantic Health Training Center in

‘Everything I’ve seen has been outstanding’

Gase led the Jets to a 7-9 finish last season, his first with the organization, after a horrendous 1-7 start to the year. He’s compiled a 30-34 overall record throughout his time in the league, having spent three seasons with the Dolphins before jumping to New York, and has just one winning season under his belt.

While Adams may not approve of Gase’s coaching style, Douglas doesn’t have an issue with it.

“I’ve seen Adam [last] year go through a 1-7 start,” Douglas said, via the Daily News. “A coach who never lost patience, who never wavered from his believes, and a guy who would get up and have the tough conversations if he had to with players. And get up and have great communication with the team in team meetings.

“So everything I’ve seen, I’ve witnessed, in my year here with Adam, I’ve been impressed by. Again, I can’t speak for other people. But everything I’ve seen has been outstanding.”

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  Jamal Adams reacts on Twitter to unflattering report about Jets owner Jets owner Woody Johnson, who serves as President Donald Trump’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, was investigated by the State Department following allegations that he made racist and sexist remarks to staff. In response to that report, Adams took to Twitter to criticize Johnson. We need the RIGHT people at the top. Wrong is wrong! https://t.co/iMpPfHzRV9 — Jamal Adams (@Prez) July 22, 2020 Right is right. Wrong is wrong! If u don't think this is wrong you're part of the problem not the solution.

It included harsh criticisms of coach Adam Gase ’s leadership and general manager Joe Douglas, who Adams doesn’t trust anymore. That’s the start of his issues with Gase . “ I don’t feel like he’s the right leader for this organization to reach the Promised Land,” Adams told Mehta.

Jamal Adams won't get an immediate contract extension after being traded from the Jets to the Seahawks. Adams doesn’t respect the head coach , he feels lied to by the GM , and getting out of that situation might have been a higher priority than securing a contract extension.

a man wearing a hat: Jamal Adams may not be a fan of his former coach’s leadership style, but Jets general manager Joe Douglas is standing by Adam Gase. (Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images) © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Jamal Adams may not be a fan of his former coach’s leadership style, but Jets general manager Joe Douglas is standing by Adam Gase. (Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images)

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