Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the 49ers' picks: Round 7/244 -- Philip Adams, CB, 5-10, 192, South Carolina State: Adams joins a team that did not have a lot of depth at cornerback. He was the only cover man the team drafted. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Phillip Adams News
12/30/15 - CB Phillip Adams (hamstring) did not practice.
11/09/15 - CB Phillip Adams recorded his first interception in a Falcons uniform and the fifth interception of his career, picking off Blaine Gabbert in the third quarter.
10/26/15 - Nickel CB Phillip Adams, after a porous showing against New Orleans, was benched against Tennessee. Second-round pick Jalen Collins played right cornerback and Robert Alford slid down inside.
"Collins is one of our guys in our plan B development (program)," Quinn said. "He's been working hard spending the extra time in practice. I thought his technique outside has been really improving. It was great to see that carry over into the game."
03/12/15 - CB Phillip Adams left the Jets for the Falcons Thursday (March 12). Adams, 27, has spent time with the San Francisco 49ers, New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks, Oakland Raiders and New York Jets during his five seasons.
In 2014, he played for the Jets and recorded 20 tackles, one interception, and four passes defensed.
03/08/15 - CB Philip Adams, unrestricted FA update, took advantage of the opportunity offered by the decrepit state of the Jets' secondary last year, when he made four starts and earned the "honor" of recording the first interception of the season by a Jets cornerback. But he's a replacement-level talent at best whose best chance of coming back under a new regime is at the minimum salary.