Almost Every NFL Team In On Jalen Ramsey

Jalen Ramsey is on the block, and just about every NFL team is interested, as Josina Anderson of tweets. Specifically, the Chiefs, Ravens, Vikings, Raiders, Eagles, and Seahawks have all made “substantive inquiries” on the Jaguars cornerback, Anderson reports.

At this point, it feels like a certainty that Ramsey will be traded. And that deal is expected to go down soon. The Jags are reportedly hoping to move Ramsey on Friday, though he’ll still suit up for Thursday night’s game against the Titans.

In an interesting twist, the Titans also expressed interest in Ramsey, Dianna Russini of (on Twitter) hears, though the price proved to be too high for them and some other interested teams. That, sadly, rules out a scenario like the famed 1978 76ers/Nets trade that saw Eric Money (real name) play, and score, for both teams in the same game (kidding).

In any sport, it’s dicey to put a player on the field when he’s on the verge of being traded. That’s especially true in football, but if this week’s rumblings are true, then the Jaguars will be willing to roll the dice for their national TV game against Tennessee.

After that, Ramsey will likely suit up for another club, but he won’t be eligible to play twice in the same week.

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        • kaehlaone

          Not for draft picks they don’t. It’s not like he’s suddenly free to sign and only requiring a late round pick.

      • Lenny Bruce

        Aww. The “madman” needs a good cry. Pats dominate and all you’ve got is Jerrah and McSomething. Good luck with that

  1. TJECK109

    I’d love to see the Steelers cough up another 1st rd pick but I don’t think they want to revisit the drama

  2. highplainsdriftr

    Why would the jags play an asset they hope to trade? Bench him. If he gets injured tonight the jags have a disaster on their hands

    • I give no fox

      He’s still under control for one more year and a franchise tag. Sure it will hurt his value some, but he would still be coveted

    • kaehlaone

      Seahawks did this with Thomas last year and he broke his leg in that game. Risky for sure but they do have another year of contract with Jalen so it mitigates it a little

  3. phillyballers

    If Andrew Luck wasn’t retired hurt… Colts make the most sense $ wise. But also a rival.

  4. Kraycik

    This feed hasn’t changed in a week.
    Nothing to see here.
    Is there anybody Out There?

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