Jalen Ramsey is a member of the Los Angeles Rams. That much is true after the disgruntled cornerback was dealt to them on Tuesday in exchange for two first-round picks (2020 and 2021) and a 2021 fourth-round pick.
Ramsey has confirmed the trade via his Twitter account:
The cornerback will certainly have something to talk about with Jared Goff, especially after he had a bunch to say about him just last season.
In an interview with GQ where he shares his thoughts on just about every NFL quarterback, Ramsey commented on Goff’s game.
“Jared Goff, he’s average to above average,” Ramsey said. “He reminds me of Jimmy Garoppolo a little bit. Year one, he wasn’t good. He wasn’t even good enough to earn his own starting role. Like, if you the number one pick, you expected to start now. Period. He wasn’t ready to do that. He wasn’t able to do that. Then when he did get in, he didn’t really do that good.”
To be fair, Goff was not good in his first season, but he rebounded nicely to lead the team to a Super Bowl birth, even though he played terribly.
“But in his second year, they got a new offensive coordinator. Your offensive coordinator is just your Brainiac,” Ramsey continued. “When we played them, it felt like his offensive coordinator was drawing up perfect plays and then he was hitting the open man. For what his team ask him to do, yeah, he’s good.”