Poor Ben Roethlisberger -- out for the season with elbow surgery -- and Drew Brees -- missing six weeks with a thumb injury -- couldn't even hold the headlines for a full 24 hours before Jalen Ramsey, last seen engaging in a sideline blowup with Doug Marrone during the Jaguars' loss to the Texans on Sunday, let it be known he wants a trade out of Jacksonville. This league! 

If you ask me, this feels more like a quasi-public "either him or me" request from Ramsey when it comes to Marrone, with Ramsey believing he can potentially force the Jaguars' hand when it comes to a coach who already entered the year on the hot seat. Capitulating to a star player, even one as good as Ramsey, isn't the best look, though. 

And if Ramsey is dug-in against a team that refused to give him a contract before the season, how easy could this contract negotiation actually be? Ramsey seems like a guy who might be willing to make things problematic for the team over the remainder of his contract and the franchise tags the Jaguars can use. Additionally, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports Ramsey could actually be dealt *this week* because of the confrontation that took place between he and Marrone. 

Poor Ben Roethlisberger -- out for the season with elbow surgery -- and Drew Brees -- missing six weeks with a thumb injury -- couldn't even hold the headlines for a full 24 hours before Jalen Ramsey, last seen engaging in a sideline blowup with Doug Marrone during the Jaguars' loss to the Texans on Sunday, let it be known he wants a trade out of Jacksonville. This league! 

If you ask me, this feels more like a quasi-public "either him or me" request from Ramsey when it comes to Marrone, with Ramsey believing he can potentially force the Jaguars' hand when it comes to a coach who already entered the year on the hot seat. Capitulating to a star player, even one as good as Ramsey, isn't the best look, though. 

And if Ramsey is dug-in against a team that refused to give him a contract before the season, how easy could this contract negotiation actually be? Ramsey seems like a guy who might be willing to make things problematic for the team over the remainder of his contract and the franchise tags the Jaguars can use. Additionally, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports Ramsey could actually be dealt *this week* because of the confrontation that took place between he and Marrone.