“I’ve mentioned a number of occasions, again and again and again and again and over and time and again that I need to play for one staff my complete profession,” Ramsey mentioned, through the staff’s web site. “I do not management that, however, I imply, it’s what it’s.”
The 24-year-old cornerback has one yr remaining on his rookie contract, and the Jaguars may maintain him by means of 2020 on the deal’s fifth-year possibility. If given the chance, Ramsey says he is hopeful he can stick with Jacksonville.
“In the event that they needed, they might lengthen me,” Ramsey mentioned. “And if it is proper, then we’ll get that completed and I will be right here for a lot of years. If not, I’ve a fifth-year possibility they will decide up and so they can franchise me. I imply, I could possibly be right here for some time.”
Ramsey has expressed frustration because the staff fell to 3-6 getting into Week 11. Ramsey tweeted Monday, a day after dropping to the Colts, 29-26: “After I’m gone from right here, y’all gone miss me. I ain’t even trippin lol.”
After I’m gone from right here, y’all gone miss me. I ain’t even trippin lol
— Jalen Ramsey (@jalenramsey) November 12, 2018
Ramsey addressed the tweet Thursday, saying it was for the Jaguars’ “pretend followers” who have not caught with the staff by means of a disappointing 2018 season.
“If that is what individuals need to do or if that is how individuals really feel, then it is sure individuals, like y’all going to overlook … we convey some good issues,” Ramsey mentioned. “And, yeah, we slipped up right here not too long ago. Not executed and performed like we all know we are able to. However, like whoever, the pretend followers, if y’all [the media], whoever, if y’all need to leap ship, then, look, it’s what it’s.
“However y’all going to overlook us once we both gone or when stuff again popping. We do not need y’all no extra.”
The Jaguars went 10-6 and gained the AFC South final season, however they’ve misplaced 5 consecutive video games after beginning the season 3-1. The staff sits on the backside of the AFC South, three video games behind the division-leading Texans (6-3), with the AFC North-leading Steelers (6-2-1) coming to Jacksonville on Sunday.