In his 3 seasons as a pro with the New York Jets, former LSU star Jamal Adams has established himself as one of the top defensive backs in the NFL.

However, his time with the Jets has been rocky, and now, it seems he could want to leave New York.

According to a Twitter thread from Yahoo reporter Charles Robinson, Adams wants to be traded if he doesn’t get a contract extension prior to this coming season. And, Robinson tweets, the young safety would prefer to be traded to the Dallas Cowboys:

As Robinson reports, the Cowboys haven’t reached out to the Jets about Adams yet, and with the Cowboys dealing with a potential extension for QB Dak Prescott, there might not be enough money to go around in Dallas.

For now, though, it seems Adams is unhappy in New York, so this situation will be one worth monitoring moving forward.