Ramsey avoids roasting QBs again, praises Foles
Michael Reaves / Getty Images Sport / Getty

Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey established himself as one of the NFL's biggest trash-talkers when he ripped into a host of quarterbacks last offseason.

Ramsey described Josh Allen as "trash," said Joe Flacco "sucks," called Ben Roethlisberger "decent at best," and more in an interview with GQ.

When asked during "The Adam Schefter Podcast" for his thoughts on the signal-callers he'd face in 2019, Ramsey opted this time to take the uncontroversial route.

"You want to do this again, huh?" Ramsey said. "I'm not going to do this again. But, we do play some good quarterbacks this year, of course, but probably the quarterback I'm most excited about is Nick Foles. I don't have to play against him, of course.

"He is my teammate; he is a great teammate, the few interactions we've had has been great. Great man, great player as well. He has nothing to prove to anybody. He's a Super Bowl champion, Super Bowl MVP. So, I hope he comes out here and he plays free and knows he has the support of everybody."

Ramsey revealed recently that he doesn't expect to receive a new contract this offseason based on conversations with Jacksonville, but the Jaguars should expect him to ask for an "ungodly" amount of money whenever the two sides do enter negotiations.

With a record-setting extension potentially within his grasp after the 2019 campaign, Ramsey is apparently ready to prove wrong those who consider his off-field antics to be a sign of immaturity.

"I'm growing, man," said Ramsey. "It's Year 4 for me, man. It's a different me. A lot of people think they know me, they don't really know me."

Ramsey avoids roasting QBs again, praises Foles
  Got something to say? Leave a comment below!
Daily Newsletter
Get the latest trending sports news daily in your inbox