“For Adam(s)”

1. Philadelphia Eagles: They could use the help at safety. Malcolm Jenkins left to return to the Saints. He was a vital piece to their Super Bowl run in 2017. To fill that void, the Eagles are depending on Jalen Mills, Will Parks and fourth-round draft pick K’Von Wallace to be the answer at safety. In March, the Eagles acquired Darius Slay from the Detroit Lions. Adding Jamal to an already upgraded secondary would elevate the Eagles to another level in the NFC. The only thing holding Philly back from making this move is the salary cap.

2. Dallas Cowboys: This has been a position the Cowboys have needed to address for years. Jerry Jones hasn’t selected a safety in the draft since Roy Williams back in 2002. Jeff Heath left for the Las Vegas Raiders. To replace him, the Cowboys have signed HaHa Clinton-Dix. Adding a guy of Jamal’s caliber would elevate the Cowboys defense. They already have a solid pass rusher in DeMarcus Lawrence along with two great linebackers in Jaylon Smith and Leighton VanderEsch. All it takes is one guy to put your defense over the top. That would be Jamal Adams.

3. Seattle Seahawks: During the years which they won the NFC in consecutive years, the defense was the engine to the entire team. Years later, Richard Sherman, Brandon Browner, Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas are all gone. From 2011 to 2017, the Seahawks defense ranked in the top ten. We haven’t seen that firepower from them lately. Jamal Adams would be a perfect fit for a Pete Carroll coached secondary. He would be the guy that could try to restore the Legion of Boom days in Seattle. A possible tandem of Adams with Bobby Wagner is scary to envision.

4. Indianapolis Colts: General Manager Chris Ballard already made the splash in the off-season. He acquired DeForest Buckner from the San Francisco 49ers. I could see Chris shooting his shot for an all-pro safety next. This would be a huge upgrade for the Indianapolis Colts secondary. Buckner and Justin Houston would cause havoc upfront, Jamal would take advantage by creating turnovers because of a consistent pass rusher in that front seven. If this were to happen, they would become the biggest threat to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC.

5. San Francisco 49ers: They’ve been great with addressing their front seven. However, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to address the secondary. Especially with how the Kansas City Chiefs exposed them in Super Bowl. Current safety Jaquiski Tartt isn’t the answer moving forward. He’s struggled to stay healthy. The 49ers are close to bringing a title back to the bay. Jamal could be that one piece that could help put them over the top.

Honorable Mention: Baltimore Ravens, Houston Texans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Kansas City Chiefs

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