Over the weekend, Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone and defensive back Jalen Ramsey had to be separated on the sidelines following an altercation.
After the Jaguars' loss, Ramsey made it clear he wanted out.
The star corner reportedly requested a trade from the team after Jacksonville dropped to 0-2 on the season. According to Ian Rapoport, Ramsey's request "stems from his frustration with how he's being used" and the confrontation with Marrone.
Despite his boisterous persona, NFL teams are lining up to add a shut-down corner to their ranks. Count the Kansas City Chiefs among them.
According to Chiefs insider Terez Paylor, the Chiefs spoke with the Jaguars about a potential trade.
Jacksonville reportedly wants two first-round picks for Ramsey, though likely won't get a deal that rich.
However, the Chiefs could think they're just a corner away from taking down the New England Patriots in the AFC.
Ramsey is undoubtedly one of the premier corners in the league and would be an instant-impact player for any team.
Jacksonville is set to face off against the Tennessee Titans on Thursday night. Multiple reports suggest a trade won't come before the Thursday night game.
Stay tuned for the latest on Ramsey.