NFC West Notes: Adams, Gordon, 49ers

New Seahawks safety Jamal Adams has told the team that he is content to play out the 2020 season on his current contract, which is one of the reasons why Seattle felt comfortable sending a king’s ransom to the Jets in exchange for the star defender. And as Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times tweets, Adams says the plan is to spend his entire career with the ‘Hawks. He is confident that his contract situation will work itself out, and it seems likely that the two sides will commence negotiations after the season.

Now for more out of the NFC West:

  • The Seahawks are said to be interested in a reunion with WR Josh Gordon, and apparently the interest is mutual. Gordon recently posted a picture of the Seattle skyline to social media, saying, “Ima [j]uss leave this here and be quiet” (h/t Field Yates of on Twitter). The club is also monitoring Antonio Brown.
  • The Ravens and Patriots are reportedly interested in TE Delanie Walker, and Matt Barrows of The Athletic thinks the 49ers — who drafted Walker in 2006 and employed him through 2012 — would also be a great fit. However, Barrows has not heard anything on that front lately.
  • In the same piece linked above, Barrows says there is a good chance the 49ers use their first-round pick in 2021 on a CB and that the team could also invest some free agent dollars into the position. That could mean re-signing Richard Sherman or bringing in an outside FA.
  • The 49ers recently worked out DL Damontre Moore, per veteran NFL reporter Howard Balzer (via Twitter). Moore has bounced around quite a bit since he entered the league as a third-round pick of the Giants in 2013, and he appeared in two games for San Francisco last year before landing on IR.
  • In case you missed it, Cardinals OT Marcus Gilbert has opted out of the 2020 season.
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6 comments on “NFC West Notes: Adams, Gordon, 49ers

  1. bradthebluefish

    On Seahawks: “Whenever works for me.”

  2. king beas

    Adams 6 months ago also said he wanted to be a jet for life. He’ll only be a Seahawk for life if they show him the $$

  3. wagner13

    Don’t think the 49ers really need Walker with Reed, Dwelley, and Woerner already competing for snaps behind Kittle

      • Ak185

        True, but that’s a lot of money to commit to that position group. Reed was just signed, so he figures to be there, and the 9ers seem high on Dwelley. Walker can block, or has done it well, and at the same time has been a good receiver. That’s a strength, but considering the fact that San Fran has already taken a flier on Reed (who, like Walker, has injury questions at the moment), I doubt it happens.

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