Top free agent RB Le'Veon Bell and Jets S Jamal Adams are back at it on Twitter, and this time, the notion of a super team is involved.
On Tuesday, a couple safeties like Giants' Landon Collins and Ravens' Eric Weddle hit the free agent market to add to the already-stacked safety heap this offseason. Players like Earl Thomas and Tyrann Mathieu are also out there to pick up, and Bell tweeted at them all to see where they want to go together.
Well, Adams, who has been trying to recruit Bell all offseason, didn't like seeing the running back talking to the other safeties in the league. Adams decided to remind Bell that super teams don't exist in the NFL.
Man this isn't the NBA!! You trynna create a Golden state squad in the NFL!!😂😭 https://t.co/qfVeJDM7MH- Jamal Adams (@TheAdamsEra) March 6, 2019
But Bell rebuttled with a question: Would Adams mind it if that super team was the Jets?
so youu wouldn't rock with it if a few of us slid there??! 👀😂😅 https://t.co/zs2QgJxYVO- Le'Veon Bell (@LeVeonBell) March 6, 2019
And Adams answer is what one would expect if Bell and another top safety were to join Gang Green...
Now the Jets do have Marcus Maye to compliment Adams, but injuries forced him to miss 10 games for the Jets last season. The Jets could feel inclined to bring in a better player if they feel injuries will be a concern moving forward. However, Maye is only 25 years old and has proved to be a good compliment to Adams when on the field together.
But that doesn't mean some of those safeties can't take a position change. Maybe Mathieu could be converted to a cornerback? How about Collins turning into a linebacker with his innate ability to blitz and affect the run game?
The Jets could consider this heavy market this offseason, as Bell and Adams continue their intriguing banter on social media.