Jalen Ramsey Roasts Jimbo Fisher On Twitter, Gives Him His First ‘L’ At Texas A&M

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Jalen Ramsey is one of the most entertaining players in the NFL, both for his stellar play as well as his willingness to always keep it 100.

And while Ramsey is obviously proud to be a Florida State Seminole, he just gave his former coach Jimbo Fisher his first loss after Ramsey was used in a photo to promote Texas A&M on Twitter.


Monday night Texas A&M tight ends coach, and former FSU assistant under Fisher, Tim Brewster tweeted out a photo giving Fisher credit for having so many defensive backs make it to and be successful in the NFL.

“🔥🔥DB Alert🔥🔥 Nothing but real #Facts‼️ComeGetSomeTruth!!,” tweeted Brewster.

Less than two hours later Ramsey responded, and as usual spoke his truth, writing, “He didn’t teach me not one DB technique… #ComeGetSomeRealTruth #GoNoles.”

Followed by, “Know I have nothing but respect for you Coach Brew but don’t use me on a poster for a school I didn’t go to & for a coach who didn’t teach me how to be a DB.”

Ramsey has a very valid point. One, Fisher’s previous positions before becoming FSU’s head coach was either offensive coordinator or quarterbacks coach, and two, how does Texas A&M, and Fisher, get to use photos of former Florida State players to promote their school? This is yet another way the NCAA uses these players, without pay, in their efforts to generate publicity (and money) for their football programs.

Of the other players pictured in Brewster’s tweet, P.J. Williams is so far the only one who has also responded on social media, by retweeting Ramsey’s tweet.

H/T The Big Lead