The Jaguars are remaining firm on their no-trade stance with Jalen Ramsey despite receiving multiple offers, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on Saturday.
According to Schefter, Jacksonville refuses to trade their Pro Bowl cornerback and wouldn't let him go even if it was "for five first-round picks."
The Jaguars have received offers of two first-rounders for Ramsey in the past. Teams have asked for a second-round pick back along with Ramsey in return.
Jaguars owner Shad Khan said on Wednesday that he had no plans on trading Ramsey, adding that "the best thing is to have him be part of the team."
''Obviously, football is a team sport and I'm sensitive to what individual insight or viewpoint or requests (there) might be," Khan told the Associated Press. ''But we have to do the right thing for the team. We value the values Jalen adds to us, to the Jaguars. I think we value him highly. We're still looking at what is the right thing for the Jaguars, and I think right now the best thing is to have him be part of the team."
Ramsey requested a trade following a Week 2 loss to the Texans after he felt disrespected by the Jaguars' organization, revealing in a recent episode of Uninterrupted's "17 Weeks" podcast that an upsetting conversation with team management was the final push for his decision. He has not practiced or played since the Jaguars' Sept. 19 victory over Tennessee.
The Jaguars play the Panthers on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.