Ramsey has tallied seven interceptions in three seasons with Jacksonville.
The Jaguars swiftly refuted an ESPN report that the team will "likely consider trading" All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey in the offseason.
ESPN's Adam Schefter said the Florida State product is "slowly but surely forcing the Jaguars into considering a blockbuster trade."
Ramsey was a key piece in the NFL's No. 2 defense last season, shutting down opposing receivers while tallying 63 tackles and four interceptions. Jacksonville's defense has seen a regression this season, ranking No. 10 in points allowed per game en route to a 3–6 record.
Ramsey made headlines on Monday when he tweeted, "When I’m gone from here, y’all gone miss me." He diffused concern on Thursday, saying he "want[s] to play for one team my whole career."
Jacksonville has Ramsey under contract through 2019. They also have a fifth-year option for 2020 before having to place the franchise tag on Ramsey or negotiate a new contract.
The Jaguars host the Steelers on Sunday. Kickoff from EverBank Field in Jacksonville is slated for 1:00 p.m. ET.