Jacksonville Jaguars (and former FSU) star Jalen Ramsey doesn’t hold anything back, and he’s become one of the biggest trash talkers in the NFL.

In a recent interview with GQ Magazine, Ramsey trashed several NFL players and pulled no punches. And he’s at it again, this time with ESPN.

ESPN’s Mina Kimes sat down with the Jaguars’ mouthpiece for an in-depth interview. Ramsey discussed many topics, during which he mentioned Jeremy Pruitt and Jimbo Fisher. It appears that Ramsey likes Pruitt, but it’s what Ramsey didn’t say that said everything about his feelings for Fisher.

Here’s the section in ESPN about Fisher:

After knee surgery and a well-timed growth spurt, Ramsey was widely recruited, ultimately landing at Florida State. He started from day one, the first Florida State cornerback to start as a true freshman since Sanders. “I expected to, and Coach [Jeremy] Pruitt expected me to,” he says of his defensive coordinator. “Nobody else did.” The obvious omission is former head coach Jimbo Fisher, now at Texas A&M. In February, when an A&M assistant tweeted a graphic touting Fisher’s record with defensive backs, Ramsey clapped back online: “He didn’t teach me not one DB technique …”

Ramsey describes Fisher, with uncharacteristic brevity, as “OK.” I tell him I’ve never met the coach. “You’re not missing out,” he replies. During Ramsey’s sophomore year, Fisher once reamed him out after he pushed a blocker into quarterback Jameis Winston, kicking him out of practice. When I bring up the incident, Ramsey starts fiddling with his phone. “Here it is — I’ve got the video,” he says. He also saved a screenshot of the SportsCenter news alert.

Folks will talk about this in a negative light with Fisher, but head coaches aren’t people pleasers. Some have great relationships with former players, and others they don’t. It’s clear that Ramsey doesn’t have much respect for Fisher, whereas he does Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt, who was FSU’s defensive coordinator at the time.