Adams spoke with owner Christopher Johnson, the safety's anger has dissipated, he'll play Sunday and remain on the team through the rest of the 2019 season. After that, there is some doubt.
But in the hubbub surrounding general manager Joe Douglas receiving phone calls and considering fruitful offers for Adams, we did learn a little about how the GM wants to build the franchise.
While the team has plenty of holes, Douglas' request for two of the Cowboys' top offensive linemen -- both locked up in lucrative long-term deals -- does show his priorities: rebuilding from the inside out. In the end, the deal didn't get done because the Jets needed a first-rounder and two second-rounders for their top-notch safety.
New York received double-digit phone calls on Adams, though no deal came close to happening.
After a tumultuous week, Adams told reporters on Friday that his talk with Johnson had him "at peace." Perhaps when he plays today, the focus will shift back on the field.