JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jaguar's Cornerback Jalen Ramsey wants out of Jacksonville.
Ramsey's agent David Mulugheta said Monday to Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen of ESPN that he had asked the Jaguars to trade with his customers. League sources also told ESPN that the Jaguars had had talks with teams and asked for at least one run for the first round but would want more than that in return for the two-time Pro Bowl cornerback.
Another league source said he believes a trade could take place earlier this week, as the relationship between Ramsey and head coach Doug Marrone was damaged after Ramsey's side break over Houston on Sunday. Ramsey shouted at Marrone as he passed the sideline, and moments later players and coaches had to get near the bank between Ramsey and Marrone.
The event Sunday was not the first time that Ramsey became dissatisfied with the team. He and his defenders Tashaun Gipson and Davon House were dissatisfied with the way they were used in the 201
Ramsey also criticized the team's defensive calls in the fourth quarter of the AFC Championship game against New England after the 2017 season.
Ramsey, the fifth overall winner of 2016, also wants one new contract. In the off-season, he said that the team would not get a discount on his hometown after the Jaguars told him that they would not be working on a contract renewal for him this season. Ramsey, who appeared in a Brinks truck for training camp, is in the fourth year of his rookie contract and the team has taken his option for the fifth year in 2020.
Marrone said Monday that the team would not do this discipline Ramsey. He played down the side incident recorded by CBS cameras in which Ramsey screamed at Marrone for annoyance that Marrone did not question the completion of Texan recipient DeAndre Hopkins.
"These things happen all the time." Said Marrone. "They really do it, I think they're a little bit more familiar now, but since I've played, there are always things that happen in the course of the game, I know when I was a head coach, they did not see much." However, because nobody really had anything to do with them. But these things happen and it's a high-intensity job. There are a lot of emotions that go on. We wanted to get that intensity so that the Texans would have the heavy loss they had. English: www.wow-europe.com/en/info/basics/f…e/index.html. Englisch: www.wcc-assembly.info/en/theme-issu…duction.html Ramsey left the after-game locker room after refusing to speak to the media, but the players left Monday but will be back in the building on Tuesday to face home games Tennessee prepare for Thursday.
Ramsey guarded Hopkins on a 3-yard completion rushing a third-and-2 rebuilt late in the first quarter and signaled incomplete toward the Jaguars' sideline, wanting Marrone to play Marrone did not and Ramsey was furious when he came to the sidelines after the Texans took the lead 3-0 in six games later.
Ramsey stormed past Marrone and cornerbacks coach T The Walton wrapped his arms around Ramsey and led him to the bench. Marrone came to the bench and talked to Ramsey about security. Ronnie Harrison and strength and conditioning coordinator Tom Myslinski came between the two. Harrison brought Marrone away.
Marrone said Monday that he went to the bank to tell Ramsey to calm down and concentrate on the rest of the game. "I wanted him to continue," Marrone said. "I mean, that was a long time ago, go on, let's go, let's go, we have a long way to go, leave that behind you."