ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Jalen Ramsey has requested a trade following the Jaguars' Week 2 loss to the Texans that involved a sideline altercation with coach Doug Marrone.
The Jaguars are already going up in flames following an 0-2 start after so much promise heading into the season. They lost Nick Foles for 2-3 months with a broken collarbone before he could even play half of a game in his new digs, and then the team went and laid an egg in Houston against a Texans team that was begging to lose. Ramsey locked down DeAndre Hopkins in the game, but he and Marrone got in a heated screaming match on the sideline, forcing the two to be separated by other defensive backs. Ramsey is signed through 2020 and has yet to get an extension from the Jaguars. The team is already quitting on Marrone. Again. Teams would be wrapped around the building for a chance to acquire Ramsey, one of the best corners in the game, who can press and shadow, and turns 25 next month. The Jaguars have been playing zone defense, one of Ramsey's gripes.
SOURCE: Adam Schefter on Twitter
Sep 16, 2019, 6:17 PM ET
Bill Bilichick coming for Ramsey