Seeking to stay in the AFC playoff race long enough to support an Aaron Rodgers comeback, the New York Jets are still searching for answers.
Adrian Amos, a former starting safety who the 4-7 team recently signed to a $4 million, one-year contract during the offseason, is being cut.
An experienced and talented safety now is available to sign with a new team. pic.twitter.com/B2f8rRe6Of
— JPAFootball (@jasrifootball) December 2, 2023
The 30-year-old safety was equally split between the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers during his first eight seasons in the NFL. After joining the Jets in June, he appeared in three starts, but his struggles have continued, and Tony Adams has been promoted to start in his place.
The Jets are in desperate need of a win going into their game against the Atlanta Falcons this coming Saturday. This week, Aaron Rodgers returned to the practice field, and the organization is optimistic that in the upcoming weeks, they can get him back under center.
However, a lot of their choice regarding Rodgers will depend on the Jets’ standing in the postseason. If A-Rod loses one more game, it’s possible we won’t see him until 2024.