The never-ending story between Josh Allen and Jalen Ramsey unveiled its newest chapter on Sunday.
In case you forgot, Ramsey started the riff between the two on Twitter in May by quote-tweeting a video of Josh Allen at practice and stating, “that’s a pick waiting to happen …”
A few months later, Ramsey went even further in an interview with GQ, calling the Buffalo Bills quarterback “trash.”
Allen took the high road at the time, telling TMZ Sports that Ramsey is one of the “best corners in the league” and added that the criticism didn’t bother him.
Ramsey softened his stance a bit after the Jaguars lost to the Bills in November, but echoed that he felt Allen only beat them with his feet.
Allen focused primarily on the fact that his team got the win at the time, but fast-forward three months and it looks like Allen got the last word in … or so it appeared.
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During an autograph signing at Batavia Downs in New York on Monday night, Josh Allen left a special note for one fan taking a direct shot at Jalen Ramsey.
“Hey Ramsey,” Allen wrote. “Am I still trash? #BillsMafia”
Ramsey fired back Monday afternoon on Twitter with a “#YES.”
Jeremy Seilheimer, who received the autograph, said that he and his wife are huge Bills fans and even named their children after Bills players.
Seilheimer woke up at 4:30 a.m. to make the seven-hour drive from his home in Delaware with his good friend Jeremy Robinson to attend the autograph signing in Batavia, New York, and then drove back seven hours in the same day.
He said the drive was “well worth it, to meet the future of the Buffalo Bills” and “that’s what die-hard Bills fans do!”
Many have made the autograph out to be a slight from Allen to Ramsey. However, Seilheimer said that while it’s not what many want to hear, he actually asked Allen to write it.
“I paid for and asked Josh to write both inscriptions,” Seilheimer said.
ESPN confirmed through a Bills spokesperson that Allen wrote the jab at a request of the fan.