Jamal Adams Has No Regrets About Patriots Mascot Hit, Not Afraid Of Lawsuit

Jamal Adams Has No Regrets About Patriots Mascot Hit, Not Afraid Of Lawsuit

 

NY Jets' Jamal Adams I Regret Nothing Not Afraid of Patriots Mascot Lawsuit

 

EXCLUSIVE

NY Jets star safety  tells TMZ Sports he has ZERO REGRETS about putting the hit stick on the Patriots mascot last week -- and definitely ain't sweatin' a possible lawsuit. 

You've seen the hilarious video by now, Adams blindsided Pat Patriot during Pro Bowl practice ... DE-CLEATING the mascot in front of fans and media members.  

The problem ... the person in the costume was reportedly -- and is still dealing with soreness in his back, neck and jaw. Seems as if a lawsuit is imminent. 

So, when we spoke with Jamal at the Merging Vets & Players Super Bowl kickoff party in Atlanta on Wednesday night ... we asked if he regretted the hit. 

"Nah ... at the end of the day it was all for the kids," Adams says. 

Adams says he has not reached out to the mascot because he's not really sure about the seriousness of Pats' injuries ... but it's obvious Jamal thinks the whole thing was in good fun and he's not worried about a legal battle. 

There's more ... Adams also delivered a message to about why he should sign with the NY Jets and explained why Gang Green has a BRIGHT future in 2019.