Did Jaguars turn down big Jalen Ramsey trade offer from Ravens?
Rumor has it that the Baltimore Ravens had a pretty good offer for Jalen Ramsey that was turned down.
It’s well known that Ramsey is seeking an exit from the Jacksonville Jaguars, and the Ravens may be an interested party. Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union cited reports out of Baltimore suggesting that the Ravens offered a first-round pick, a second-round pick, and tight end Hayden Hurst for Ramsey, but were turned down. Things were serious enough that the Ravens’ locker room was “buzzing” about the potential deal.
Source tells me #ravens locker room was buzzing Tuesday about trade going down for Ramsey, but all quiet since then. Reports from Baltimore, not ESPN or NFL Network, said Ravens offered a 1, 2 and TE Hayden Hurst, got turned down. If that's true, doubt #Jaguars get better offer.
— Eugene Frenette (@GeneFrenette) September 21, 2019
Hurst is a 2018 first-round pick with pass-catching potential, while the pick haul speaks for itself. If the Jaguars did turn such an offer down, it would seem they are very serious about getting two first-round picks for Ramsey instead of a first and a second.