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Will The Jaguars Trade Jalen Ramsey To The Browns This Week?

Will The Jaguars Trade Jalen Ramsey To The Browns This Week?

Will The Jaguars Trade Jalen Ramsey To The Browns This Week?

Will the Jacksonville Jaguars trade Jalen Ramsey to the Cleveland Browns this week?

That possibility is looking increasingly likely in light of recent reports coming from Cleveland’s camp.

Ramsey, 24, demanded a trade from Jacksonville earlier this week.

One day later, Ramsey’s agent David Mulugheta confirmed that his client wanted out.

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After a lot of speculation about where Ramsey would ultimately end up, word came out on Thursday that the Browns were a serious contender to acquire the Pro Bowler.

Jacksonville has made it clearly repeatedly that they are seeking at least two first round picks in exchange for Ramsey’s services, and the Browns have been stockpiling assets over the past few years.

According to NFL Network, Cleveland is now one of five teams in serious contention for Ramsey’s services.

The other four teams are: the Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders, Seattle Seahawks and Philadelphia Eagles.

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Although Cleveland currently has Greedy Williams and Denzel Ward, both are still young guys and don’t impact the defense in the same manner a player of Ramsey’s caliber would.

Earlier today, Browns safety Damarious Randall sent out this tweet:

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Will Cleveland ultimately be able to get a deal done for Ramsey this week?

It remains to be seen.

If they don’t, there is a very good chance one of the four other teams mentioned above probably will.

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Anthony Amador

A recent graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.

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