Rookie safety Jamal Adams suffered a sprained ankle during 7-on-7 drills Thursday at Jets training camp.
Adams did not participate in 11-on-11 periods. Todd Bowles was unsure of the severity of the injury, but he doesn’t believe Adams will need an MRI.
“I don’t know how bad or how much he sprained it,” Bowles said. “But I know he sprained it, so we kept him out.”
Adams spent the remainder of practice – about and hour-and-half – on the sideline with his helmet off. He kneeled on one knee while watching the team drills.
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The Jets drafted Adams with the No. 6-overall pick in the 2017 draft out of LSU.
Earlier this week, Adams called the football field the “perfect place to die” at a Jets fan forum inside the team’s facility.
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