Ramsey is a Nashville kid, and he made it known that if he were to be traded, he’d like it to potentially be for the Tennessee Titans. Tennessee already had one of the best pass defenses in the NFL a year ago, surrendering the sixth-fewest passing yards per game at under 217 per game. Could you imagine Ramsey getting dealt within the division and making a scary secondary that much better?
Tennessee already has Malcolm Butler and Logan Ryan at corner with recent first rounder Adoree’ Jackson in the mix as well. And oh yeah, they’re doing just fine at safety with Kevin Byard and Kenny Vaccaro. Tennessee allowed the fourth-fewest passing touchdowns of any team in 2018 but a trade for Jalen Ramsey would give opposing offenses no room to breath in the passing game.
How likely it is to see two AFC South teams make a deal for a player at the top of his position before even turning 25 feels unlikely, but Ramsey made it known. A homecoming for Ramsey makes for a great story and could make Tennessee one heck of a dark horse in futures bets.
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