"It went well," Adams said of the meeting, which took place Monday, according to ESPN's Rich Cimini. "I told them I don't hate those guys. They said they don't hate me. I have nothing but love and respect for them, you know what I mean? We've moved on. We apologized to each other.
"We went about it a little different way on both ends. It is what it is. You live and learn. It's part of life. It's not going to hurt our relationship or how I feel about this organization."
Adams declined to speak with both Douglas and Gase for days following the Oct. 29 deadline after his name popped up in trade rumors. The Jets insisted they never actively shopped their Pro Bowl safety but acknowledged they did listen to offers.
The 24-year-old defensive back met with Jets chairman Christopher Johnson days before agreeing to sit down with Douglas and Gase.
Adams, who previously questioned why management would consider trading him and admitted the rumors "hurt" him, said Thursday he's still committed to the franchise long term.
"I would love to be here," he said. "Simple as that. I want to bring success to this organization. I want to bring a Super Bowl to this organization."
The Jets drafted Adams sixth overall in 2017. He's signed through the 2020 season, and the team can exercise the fifth-year option on his rookie deal to keep him under control through 2021.