Odds for Jalen Ramsey Next Team

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C Costigan
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The Chiefs and Patriots are the favorites to acquire the services of Jalen Ramsey, should Jacksonville trade the embattled cornerback.  On Sunday September 22, the Jaguars organization indicated it has zero desire to trade Ramsey.

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Ramsey still is adamant that he wants to be traded.  In the coming days, once the Jaguars return to practice Monday, Ramsey could try to force the team's hand.

Leading Jacksonville's decision to hold on to Ramsey at this time is owner Shad Khan.

Along with those odds, SportsBetting.ag has set lines for a number of interesting prop bets heading into Week 3.

When will certain quarterbacks on the hot seat be benched, how will Dolphins players and management react to tanking, will injured/elderly players retire, Colin Kaepernick and Tim Tebow futures are just a few of the fun props on the board.

Player props involving Adam Vinatieri, Daniel Jones, Teddy Bridgewater, Mason Rudolph and Minkah Fitzpatrick are also below.

Jalen Ramsey next team
Chiefs +250
Patriots +500
Raiders +600
Titans +900
Saints +900
Eagles +1000
Packers +1000
Cowboys +1000
Chargers +1000
Seahawks +1000
49ers +1000

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com, SportsBetting.ag

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