Jalen Ramsey has become one of the NFL’s best cornerbacks in just two NFL seasons. The Florida State product is obviously proud of his development, but he isn’t a fan of someone else taking credit for it. On Monday night he took a shot at his former head coach, Jimbo Fisher.
In a tweet, current Texas A&M tight ends coach (and former FSU assistant) Tim Brewster assigned credit for the development of Seminoles cornerbacks to Fisher. Check it out:
Ramsey was quick to respond:
Here’s the thing, Fisher has an offensive background as a coach. He was a quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator before ever getting a head coaching gig. Ramsey is right, he probably had absolutely nothing to do with the development of those players.
I get that head coaches take credit for guys, but making this worse is that he’s using the accomplishments of Florida State players to lure recruits to Texas A&M.
So yeah, Ramsey gets the win on this one, while Fisher, Brewster and Texas A&M should probably just own that L.