Phillip Adams was a former American football player in National Football League. He played 78 games for six teams, in the period of 5 seasons. He played football for South Carolina State Bulldogs in 2010 and was drafted in seven rounds by the San Francisco 49er. He also played for Oakland Raiders, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Atlanta Falcons, and Seattle Seahawks.
On Dec 20, 2011, he signed the Seattle Seahawks, and on Sep 1st, 2012, he got signed by the Oakland Raiders team and in Sep 2014, he got signed by New York Jets football team and also on March 27, 2014, he got signed by Seattle Seahawks. Adams After the fatal ankle injury and he underwent the surgery and many screws were inserted into his leg. He was the First Team member to select at All-Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. He also recorded 2 interceptions and 12 tackles along with a 30-yard punt return. He also registered one pass deflection and eight tackles, in New England. In 2015, he played for Atlanta Falcons and this was the last game he played.
The Former Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie, who is now the senior executive for the Dolphins said “I remember him being appreciative; a gracious that-he-was-on-the-team kind of guy,” added. “A very hard worker … I never had a coach, trainer, strength coach or teammate say they had any issue with him. He was a non-issue guy. He just wasn’t talented enough. That’s why he bounced around. He got opportunities, though, because he worked hard.”
Talking about his education, he did his schooling at Oakdale Elementary School and graduated from South Carolina State University.