The Dallas Cowboys are currently not interested in trading for Jets star safety Jamal Adams, reports Calvin Watkins of ESPN.com (tweet). 

The Cowboys have long been connected to Adams, but it sounds like they’re skittish about coughing up significant draft capital and a market-resetting extension for the All-Pro safety.

The Jets and Adams have had a drama-filled year, but things have reportedly mellowed. They’ve been discussing an extension for the last few months and Jets general manager Joe Douglas has gone out of his way to publicly praise the two-time Pro Bowler.