wide future Davant Adams He met the media on Tuesday for the first time since he was traded with the Raiders and said having the chance to join the team allowed him to score two goals.
One was playing for the team he rooted for while growing up in Northern California and the other was playing in the NFL with Derek Carr. Carr was Adams’ quarterback at Fresno State and the two men spoke several times about how wonderful it was to have the opportunity to do so again on a professional level.
Adams said it’s “something to definitely look forward to in the future” and that these conversations are becoming more frequent after Adams’ trading has become more likely in the past two weeks.
Adams said, via Vincent Poncenor from Las Vegas magazine review. “Once we got to a point where it could be something realistic and not just an idea, we started making a little plan together. I was still in Green Bay at that point. I was still weighing my options. I grew up in East Palo Alto. I was a fan of Raiders all my life dream to be a rider. I said I wanted to be an NFL star, and I was wearing a Charles Woodson shirt at the time. I guess you could say it was meant to be.”
Adams noted that playing with Aaron Rodgers At Green Bay he was a “dream in itself” too, and the massive contract he signed with the Raiders will allow him to fulfill many other aspirations, so there are plenty of reasons Adams is happy about the way things have turned out for him in football.