Jacksonville Jaguars proprietor Shad Khan has no plan to exchange disappointed cornerback Jalen Ramsey.
Khan told The Associated Press on Wednesday that “the best thing is to have him be part of the team.” Khan talked only to the AP as a feature of his declaration that he’s turning into the greater investor in the Black News Channel, which will be the country’s just 24-hour news system went for African American watchers.
Ramsey’s specialist mentioned an exchange Sept. 15 after a warmed contention with coach Doug Marrone on the sideline and a substantially less-open trade with staff boss Tom Coughlin following the 13-12 misfortune. Ramsey later told a digital recording including NFL players that “once respect is lost for both parties, I think it is time to part ways.”
Khan, however, has no interest for managing his star defender.
“Obviously, football is a team sport and I’m sensitive to what individual insight or viewpoint or requests [there] might be,” Khan said. “But we have to do the right thing for the team. We value the values Jalen adds to us, to the Jaguars. I think we value him highly. We’re still looking at what is the right thing for the Jaguars, and I think right now the best thing is to have him be part of the team.”
Ramsey missed his fifth back to back training Wednesday for different reasons, all since playing in a 20-7 triumph over Tennessee and saying goodbye to a few partners a while later.
Ramsey missed one practice a week ago as a result of an illness, another in light of his back and two more to be home for the introduction of his subsequent youngster. The double cross Pro Bowl cornerback rejoined the Jaguars so as to travel to Denver, yet was not able play against the Broncos.
It was the first game he has missed in quite a while four seasons, fueling speculation about the seriousness of his damage and his craving to play for the establishment.
The Jaguars appear to do everything conceivable to fix Ramsey’s cracked association with the front office, explicitly with Coughlin. They didn’t scrutinize his disease. They protected his back damage. Marrone guided him to come back to Tennessee for the introduction of his subsequent little girl and said he would return “when he’s ready.”
Khan has played a hands-on job, as well.
“I’ve met with him,” Khan said. “I think my relationship with him is pretty good. This is not a request from me or a viewpoint from me. I have no issue, obviously. I’d love for him to be part of the Jaguars.”
Jacksonville (2-2), which plays at Carolina (2-2) on Sunday, trusts winning will change Ramsey’s point of view toward the team.
In the wake of losing quarterback Nick Foles 10 plays into the season opener, the Jags have had opportunities to win every one of the previous three games. Reinforcement Gardner Minshew has turned into an easily recognized name while helping the group win continuous games without precedent for over a year.
Ramsey’s absence, however, was perceptible against the Broncos as Joe Flacco singled out Ramsey’s substitution, second-year genius Tre Herndon.
“Obviously, we’re turning the season around and I think he can help the team,” Khan said.