Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey tweeted and deleted a negative comment regarding Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback Josh Allen on Friday.
As seen in the following screenshot courtesy of Sporting News, Ramsey tweeted, That’s a pick waiting to happen, in response to a tweet by the Bills showing Allen throwing at rookie minicamp:
The Bills selected Allen with the No. 7 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft in hopes of developing him into a franchise signal-caller.
Boehm sits behind Mike Iupati and Justin Pugh on the guard depth chart, and it wouldn’t make financial sense for the Cardinals to cut either one. Pugh just signed a five-year, $45 million deal in March. While Iupati played only one game last year due to a triceps injury, he has $8.4 million of guaranteed money remaining on his contract.
As someone who was falsely accused of this very serious charge over 22 years ago, and never given the opportunity to defend myself and clear my name, I find it incredibly unfair, disappointing, and frustrating that this story would resurface now with the only purpose being to damage my character and reputation, Patricia said in the statement, which was released by the team. I firmly maintain my innocence, as I have always done.
I would never condone any of the behavior that was alleged and will always respect and protect the rights of anyone who has been harassed or is the victim of violence. My priorities remain the same to move forward and strive to be the best coach, teacher, and man that I can possibly be.
Patricia and a friend and former college teammate, Greg Dietrich, were charged but never prosecuted for aggravated sexual assault during a spring break trip to Texas in 1996.
According to records in Cameron County Circuit Court, Patricia was indicted in August of 1996. The case was dismissed five months later, in January of 1997.