Jamal Adams is back in the NFL after agreeing to a one-year contract with the Titans, ESPN.com reported.

The former All-Pro safety with the Jets has battled injuries in recent years but has a chance , if healthy, to start for a rebuilding Titans squad.

Adams tore his quad in Week 1 of the 2022 season with the Seahawks, missing the entire season and forcing him to consider retirement.

Adams also infamously blew up at a doctor in Week 4 for ruling him out with a concussion last season in the Seahawks’ 24-3 win over the Giants.

There were questions about whether Adams, 28, would latch onto a team in 2024 after the Seahawks cut him after the season.

He had been placed on IR in Week 14 with a knee strain that gave him lingering soreness for weeks.

Adams is a three-time Pro Bowl player, having also made All-Pro three times, including a first-team All-Pro selection in 2019; all with the Jets.

The Jets traded Adams to Seattle in 2020 for two first-round picks that eventually turned into Alijah Vera-Tucker and Garrett Wilson.

Tennessee currently features Amani Hooker and Elijah Molden at the starting safety positions.

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