Jalen Ramsey is expected to play against the Tennessee Titans Thursday night, but it could be his last game with the Jacksonville Jaguars. A few days after requesting to be traded, the cornerback appears to be headed elsewhere at some point in the near future.

According to multiple reports, a significant portion of the league has at least spoken with Jacksonville about a possible deal. ESPN’s Josina Anderson has listed the Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens, Oakland Raiders, Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles among teams that have made “substantive inquiries.”

A source told Anderson that Ramsey believes he will no longer be on the Jaguars when Jacksonville visits the Denver Broncos in Week 4. 

Ramsey will likely be gone as soon as a team offers the Jaguars two first-round picks. That is reportedly Jacksonville’s asking price for the star cornerback.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter said on “Get Up!” Thursday morning that Jacksonville isn’t ready to lower their price for Ramsey just yet. If no team is willing to come close to giving the Jaguars two first-rounders, the 24-year-old might be stuck in Jacksonville for a little while longer.

The NFL trade deadline is Oct. 29.

Kansas City has become the betting favorite to acquire Ramsey. With Patrick Mahomes looking like he might win a second straight MVP award, the Chiefs are among the top Super Bowl contenders, despite having a below-average defense. Adding Ramsey could make Kansas City the favorites to win the championship in February 2020.

The Jaguars nearly reached the Super Bowl a few years ago when Ramsey was part of an elite defense that led Jacksonville all the way to the 2018 AFC Championship Game. The cornerback was First-team All-Pro that season.

Ramsey has made the Pro Bowl in two of his three NFL seasons, totaling nine interceptions and 202 tackles in 50 career games.

Jalen Ramsey Jacksonville Jaguars Jalen Ramsey #20 of the Jacksonville Jaguars takes a knee between plays during the second quarter of the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on October 7, 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri. Photo: Peter Aiken/Getty Images