By  Amar Singh


The Jacksonville Jaguars Are Not A Viable Deal Partner For Jalen Ramsey

The Los Angeles Rams are expected to release Jalen Ramsey this winter, and a reunion with the Jacksonville Jaguars, who selected him in 2016, appears to make sense on paper.

A closer examination, however, reveals that the Jaguars aren't a feasible landing place for the six-time Pro Bowl selection.

Ramsey has indicated he is ready to leave the Rams since the conclusion of the 2022 season, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media broke the news that Los Angeles has held trade negotiations with Ramsey.

Ramsey is scheduled to contribute $17 million against the limit for the Rams, who are in need of cap relief.

However, trading him would clear up $5.6 million with $19.6 million in dead money, and there are most certainly several teams that could use him.

After all, the former Florida State Seminole is still one of the league's top cornerbacks, he avoided controversies for the majority of his time in Los Angeles.

Ramsey was an important component of the Jaguars' postseason run in 2017.

He wished to extend his contract in 2019, but management refused to negotiate at the moment.

He then sought a trade, and the Jaguars sent him to the Rams in return for two first-round picks.

Ramsey remains one of the league's best cornerbacks, according to Pro Football Focus' ranking of the top 101 players for the 2022 season.

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