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New York Jets safety Jamal Adams quits regular appearance on Maggie Gray and Bart Scott’s afternoon show on WFAN.

Jamal Adams keeps on making noise. Unfortunately, for New York Jets fans, that recent noise is off the field and isn’t leading to wins.

The All-Pro safety decided to quit his regular appearance on Maggie Gray and Bart Scott’s WFAN radio show this week. This comes shortly after he took any mention of the Jets outside of his social media bios.

“On advice from his family and representatives, Jamal has decided to no longer do his weekly radio spot,” Gray said this week, per Jason Owens of Yahoo Sports.

Adams hasn’t said exactly why he’s quit the regularly scheduled appearance. However, it comes after one in which he was asked about the social media noise…multiple times.

“He was not happy that I asked the question more than once,” Gray said.

Scott, who played for the Jets from 2009-12, mentioned that he’s unhappy in the decision that Adams made.

“I’m disappointed, too,” Scott said. “Because I look at Jamal like a little brother. And it’s just bad advice. It’s one thing to maybe not do it after the season, but you always [finish what you] start.”

Despite the 0-3 start for the Jets, Adams is one of the players producing on the defensive side. He’s racked up 14 total tackles, one tackle-for-loss, one quarterback hit, two passes defended and one pick-six through three games.

The Jets head into a much needed Week 4 bye as they prepare for their Week 5 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Ryan Honey is a staff writer and host of the Wide Right Podcast.