Normally you can’t determine who won a trade for a few years, but a lot of New York Jets fans are looking back at last year’s blockbuster trade for Jamal Adams and smiling.

On the same day that the Jets reported to their mandatory minicamp on Tuesday, June 15 with head coach Robert Saleh an interesting news nugget came across the timeline.

It was reported that Seattle Seahawks star Jamal Adams isn’t expected to participate in mandatory minicamp amidst a contract squabble. He has also skipped all of the voluntary workouts and organized activities to this point in the offseason.

While on the Jets’ side of things they had 100 percent attendance from their entire roster.

General manager Joe Douglas hit the eject button on the Adams situation last offseason for a blockbuster package that featured two first-rounders in 2021 and 2022 and a 2021 third.