Jamal Adams rips Jets owner Woody Johnson after racist accusations surface

Jamal Adams may have found a way to expedite the execution of his trade demand. In response to a story reporting that Jets owner Woody Johnson was investigated by the State Department inspector general after allegedly making racist and sexist remarks as US Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Adams made his anger toward Johnson known, …

Jamal Adams may have found a way to expedite the execution of his trade demand.

In response to a story reporting that Jets owner Woody Johnson was investigated by the State Department inspector general after allegedly making racist and sexist remarks as US Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Adams made his anger toward Johnson known, writing, “We need the right people at the top” on Twitter.

“Right is right. Wrong is wrong! If u don’t think this is wrong you’re part of the problem not the solution,” Adams wrote.

Woody Johnson ceded control of the Jets to his brother Christopher after he was appointed by President Trump in 2017. The Jets drafted Adams in that same year and the safety has only played with Christopher at the reins of the franchise.

In the report, Woody Johnson is accused by three sources of saying it is a “real challenge” to keep Black fathers with their families and questioning the need for Black History Month. Before an event for Black History Month in 2018, one source told CNN that Johnson asked if the audience would be “a whole bunch of Black people.”

Adams, 24, has been named to a pair of Pro Bowls, but recently demanded to be traded as talks over a long-term extension have not moved at a fast enough pace for his liking.

The NFL declined to comment, following the report.

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