It appears there is no love lost between Jamal Adams and his former defensive coordinator.  Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Jamal Adams isn’t going to take it lightly if one of his former New York Jets coaches takes shots at him publicly.

Jets defensive coordinator Gregg Williams said Thursday that Adams “might get bored” playing in Seattle's defensive scheme, suggesting that the Seahawks don’t have their safeties do as much as Williams did in New York.

After Seattle coach Pete Carroll responded to Williams, Adams weighed in on Twitter with a comment of his own.

That’s probably the way it’s going to be going forward. Whether it was a ploy to get traded or his true feelings, Adams made it quite clear that he didn’t like the organization or his coaches. If Williams is going to sound off about Adams in the media, Adams is going to come right back at him.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

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