Report: Jaguars Already Offered First-Round Picks for Jalen Ramsey

If the Raiders are going to trade for Jalen Ramsey it’s going to cost at least a first-round pick, and probably more.

According to ESPN’s Dianna Russini, the Jaguars already have two strong offers for Ramsey – one from an AFC team and another from an NFC team.

Dianna on Twitter

There are teams interested in trading with the Jacksonville Jaguars for Jalen Ramsey. This is what I am told has been offered so far: a 1st in 2020 & 5th in 2021 from an NFC Team and a 1st in 2020 & a player from an AFC Team

One of the team’s already linked to a Ramsey trade has been the Kansas City Chiefs, who league insider Jason La Canfora says are considered by many to be “a primary suitor” for Ramsey – whatever exactly that means.

The Chiefs could surely use Ramsey as they look for pieces to potentially push them past the Patriots in the AFC. Certainly the addition of Antonio Brown in New England would be a motivation for Kansas City to add a lockdown cornerback like Ramsey. For what it’s worth, if the Raiders make a push for Ramsey, both of their first-round picks in 2020 should carry more weight than the Chiefs first-round pick.

The Raiders have a need at cornerback and Ramsey said last month that Las Vegas would be one of his preferred destinations if the Jaguars choose to trade him. Surely the Jags would rather see their All-Pro cornerback go to the Raiders (or an NFC team) over the Chiefs – or they should, at least.

Based on a handful of reports, the Jacksonville is expected to move along the process and trade the disgruntled Ramsey sooner than later. Definitely something to keep an eye on.

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2 thoughts on “Report: Jaguars Already Offered First-Round Picks for Jalen Ramsey

  1. Leave him be. Raiders need to continue to build. We need our first round picks. One player can make a difference, but it it takes a whole team to win. The Raiders will get there. Stay on track Gruden. Build a team that is truly committed to EXCELLENCE…

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