The news cycle has been busy in Jacksonville since the week ten loss to the Colts.
On Monday Jalen Ramsey made headlines with some seemingly negative social media posts directed at either the Jaguars organization or Jacksonville's fans. Ramsey's Monday post read:
"When I'm gone from here, y'all gone miss me. I ain't even trippin."
On Ramsey's instagram he used a sticker to show his location: Jacksonville, FL. Whatever his intention was, he took a step back Tuesday. He tweeted this out Tuesday morning:
This has been a truly strange saga with Jalen Ramsey. For a more in depth look check out my article from Monday. One thing is clear: Jalen Ramsey is a hyper competitive athlete that hates losing. Hopefully he and the Jaguars can get back on track this Sunday when they return home to take on the Steelers.
In slightly less . . . weird . . . Jaguars news the team has signed two former Jags.
Tight end Ben Koyack and offensive guard Patrick Omameh will both return to Jacksonville. Fellow tight end David Grinnage was waived to make room for Koyack, while rookie undrafted free agent cornerback Dee Delaney was released in order to make room for Patrick Omameh. The Jaguars also signed linebacker Martrell Spaight. Spaight takes the vacated roster spot from center Brandon Linder being placed on injured reserve due to an undisclosed knee injury that will require surgery. Perhaps the return of two Jaguars who were featured in 2017 will ignite the Jaguars offense (I jest)?
The final bit of news from Jaguars Land today is that Austin Seferian-Jenkins claims he will return for week 15, this on his instagram account. Seferian-Jenkins suffered a core injury just prior to the regular season, but fought through it until October. It seems a bit odd to bring ASJ back in 2018 with just three games to play and the playoffs likely out of reach. But for now -- until we hear otherwise -- we will take ASJ at his word.
Stay tuned for more, Duval.