The first year Davante Adams played for the Las Vegas Raiders didn't exactly go as planned.
The All-Pro wide receiver kept putting up large numbers, but after signing Adams, a club that had made the playoffs in 2021 struggled to a 6-11 record.
As a result, the Raiders released quarterback Derek Carr, Adams' Fresno State teammate who was instrumental in Adams' recruitment to the team.
Adams recently acknowledged that he and the team's management administration "don't see eye-to-eye" regarding the offensive approach.
Unsurprisingly, this led to some people worrying that Adams may want a trade. But on Thursday, Adams made it abundantly apparent that he has no plans to play elsewhere.
According to NFL reporter Ari Meirov, Adams informed reporters that he loved playing for the Raiders and that his remarks had been "taken out of context."
Adams remarked, "If you guys are that bored, go play Monopoly or some s--t." That ought to allay Raiders supporters' worries, given they are currently
worried about the wellbeing of quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. According to a source this week, Garoppolo had surgery on his hurt left foot in March and won't take part in the team's organized team activities.
Adams's $140 million contract has four more years to run. In 2023, he'll try to become a four-time first-team All-Pro selection and aid the Raiders in their quest to reach the postseason.