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Jalen Ramsey Still Salty About Getting Burned by Darnell Mooney

Larry Rupp
Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey is still salty about getting burned by wide receiver Darnell Mooney.
Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey is still salty about getting burned by wide receiver Darnell Mooney. / Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images
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Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey is known for being one of the most competitive players in the NFL. He has created rivalries with players across the league, but one of the most notable ones involves Chicago Bears second-year wide receiver Darnell Mooney.

The whole situation stems from a Week 7 game between the two teams during the 2020 NFL season. Mooney finished the game with 3 catches for 40 yards, but he was noticeably open almost all night. Plus, one video of him burning Ramsey deep with a smooth double-move went viral after the game.

It seems like Ramsey is still salty about how fans keep trolling him about the matter, too.

Rivalries are what makes the sport of football so great to watch and this definitely adds a lot of intrigue to the first Sunday Night Football game of the year.

Although Ramsey will likely cover Bears No. 1 receiver Allen Robinson for the majority of the game, expect him to play tight coverage if he ever matches up with Mooney. Besides, the bright lights will be on at SoFi Stadium and everyone knows Ramsey loves to ball out when the eyes are on him.

In the end, this isn't the first time Ramsey has gone out of his way on social media to air out his emotions and it certainly won't be the last.


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