FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Marcus Maye unloaded a pad-popping hit on a would-be receiver, causing Maye's helmet to fly off and the New York Jets' defensive players to go wild.
Right in the middle of all the hootin' and hollerin' was Jamal Adams, just as he's been all summer.
The two rookie safeties are getting their feet wet in the NFL together — as roommates and teammates. They're also likely to open the season as starters in Todd Bowles' revamped secondary.
"It's been great, just from Day One, we've been hand in hand with each other, helping each other learn the playbook and helping each other on the field," Maye said. "He sees things, he tells me. And when...