Jalen Ramsey wants out of Jacksonville.

The cornerback's agent asked the Jaguars for trade following the team's 13-12 loss to the Texans on Sunday, according to ESPN.

Ramsey drew attention during the Week 2 matchup when he became visibly upset on the sidelines and had to be separated from coach Doug Marrone.

When asked to comment on the altercation, Marrone said he couldn't recall what led to the spat but he did say there was "a lot of emotion."

Ramsey did not address the incident with the media.

However, according to ESPN, one source said the argument could cause Ramsey to be moved before the week is over. The Jaguars have reportedly already spoken with teams interested in acquiring the two-time Pro Bowl player.

Jacksonville is asking for at least a future first-round pick in exchange for the star, the ESPN report noted.

Ramsey, 24, has played for Jacksonville since he w

as selected fifth overall in the 2016 NFL Draft.

He's totaled 202 tackles and nine interceptions in 50 career games.