Jamal Adams’ victory lap Sunday wasn’t limited to a night out with Jets quarterback Sam Darnold.
“(Saved for later),” Darren responded, along with a smiley emoji.
When Adams told Darren to “frame it,” the Carr sibling fired back with an older photo of the Jets star attempting to stop then-Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski from scoring a touchdown.
Adams kept the jabs rolling, claiming Darren is riding his family’s coattails.
“I understand you never made it to the big stage, but stop living through your brothas,” Adams wrote, appearing to reference his other brother, former Giants quarterback David Carr. “You need to focus on your lil high school job… you got class to teach tomorrow!” Adams posted.
Darren, the head coach for Bakersfield Christian High School, later chastised Adams for taking the beef to a new level. As for Adams, he seemed more put off by Darren’s grammatical error.
This isn’t the first time the Carr siblings have been part of a social media spectacle. In September, then-Raiders receiver Antonio Brown appeared to reference quarterback Derek with the cryptic message, “Bumper Carrs,” in his dramatic release from the team.