By Jay Johnson
Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey without a doubt enjoyed his time at the legendary Florida State University, but evidently he wasn’t high on his head coach, Jimbo Fisher, while there. In his recent interview with ESPN’s Mina Kimes, Ramsey briefly spoke his mind about one of college football’s hottest commodities, who is now coaching in the Southeastern Conference.
Ramsey was widely recruited, ultimately landing at Florida State. He started from day one, the first Florida State cornerback to start as a true freshman since Sanders. “I expected to, and Coach [Jeremy] Pruitt expected me to,” he says of his defensive coordinator. “Nobody else did.” The obvious omission is former head coach Jimbo Fisher, now at Texas A&M. […]
Ramsey describes Fisher, with uncharacteristic brevity, as “OK.” I tell him I’ve never met the coach. “You’re not missing out,” he replies.
Well, that certainly wasn’t nice.
Ramsey’s comments towards Fisher may puzzle some, but it’s been clear in the past that he isn’t the biggest fan of the former Florida State coach. In fact, earlier in the year he sounded off on former Florida State tight ends coach, Tim Brewster, for crediting Fisher for aiding Ramsey to become one of the NFL’s top defensive...