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Jalen Ramsey: I won’t get a contract extension this year

6/11/2019 2:07:43 PM
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Jalen Ramsey acknowledged Tuesday he won’t be receiving a contract extension from the franchise this year, John Reid of the Florida Times Union reports.

Ramsey, who reported to the team’s mandatory minicamp on Tuesday after missing the entire voluntary offseason program, became eligible to sign a extension the day after the Jaguars finished the 2018 season.

″I let my agent talked to them and they’ve had dialogue of course,″ said Ramsey, who spoke to the media for the first time since the end of last season. ″But as far as I know, I’ve been let known that I won’t be getting a contract extension. Y’all take it however you may want to take that. But as long as I’m part of this organization, as long as I’m a part of Duval County, I’m going to give the city, the players all I got. I think you know that. I’ve fought through injuries and I haven’t missed a game yet.″
Ramsey compared his current contract situation to defensive end Yannick Ngakoue, who decided to hold out from the three-day mandatory minicamp because the Jaguars have not offered him contract extension.

″I feel like I have outplayed my rookie contract and I feel that I’ve earned a new contract, but at the end of the day it’s not the end of the world,″ Ramsey said.

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