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New York Jets reserve Jamal Adams won his interest of a excellent for a strike he intended on Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield in their Week 2 matchup.
Adams was fined $21,056 primarily for a strike and voiced his exasperation over it, job a NFL a fun over a penalty. On Thursday, joining appeals officer Derrick Brooks rescinded a fine.
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“Ha ha! we told we if we only listened to me,” Adams told reporters during practice, according to ESPN. “I’m going to be totally honest, and I’m going to tell we true up: we knew we was going to win it since it was legal.”
The third-year defensive behind pronounced he’s going to put a income to good use now.
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What is Adams going to do with it?
Spend it on his mom for her birthday, he said.
“Ha ha! Yep, we got that — what was it, like 22? — behind in my pocket. Oh my god. … I’m only happy it wasn’t taken out [of my paycheck] since now we can spend that poetic income on my mom for her birthday. I’m vehement about that,” he said.
In 4 games this season, Adams has racked adult 20 sum tackles, one interception lapse for a touchdown and 3 pass defenses.
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He will have to anchor a Jets’ delegate as they take on a Dallas Cowboys in a outrageous Week 6 matchup. New York will be looking for their initial win of a year.