Jaguars Reportedly Have No Deal in Place for Jalen Ramsey as Likelihood of Trade Thins

#20 of the Jacksonville Jaguars against the Baltimore Ravens at EverBank Field on September 25, 2016 in Jacksonville, Florida.  (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)
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Jalen Ramsey was hoping to be a member of a new franchise by now, but with the Sunday slate of Week 3 action set to get underway, the star cornerback has yet to get dealt by the Jaguars.

And according to Ian Rapoport, the likelihood of a deal getting done is getting lesser by the day. Rapoport reports that the Jags currently do not have a trade in place for the former Florida State star, though his request to be traded has not been revoked.

Ramsey initially requested a trade following Jacksonville's Week 2 loss to the Houston Texans. He was seen in a verbal altercation, that nearly turned physical, with head coach Doug Marrone, though it was later reported that Tom Coughlin was the reason Ramsey wants to be dealt.

Still, if the reports of Baltimore's generous offer-- a first and second round pick alongside young tight end Hayden Hurst-- wasn't enough to pique the Jags' interest, it's possible teams are getting scared off by the asking price.

Multiple teams have been linked with Ramsey, though most notably the Ravens and Chiefs. While no deal has come to light yet, it remains entirely possible that the star corner gets traded, and soon.