The Jets are in rebuilding mode and are counting on Jamal Adams, their first-round pick, to be a cornerstone piece to the rebuild. The rookie safety will report to his first NFL training camp on time, July 28, as he signed his rookie contract Thursday night. The four-year deal is expected to be worth $22.2...
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