Rapoport calls Friday the “most likely” date a trade could happen.With the #Jaguars playing the #Titans tomorrow night, a trade of Pro Bowl CB Jalen Ramsey prior to the game is unlikely. Friday is the most likely target date, sources say.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 18, 2019As of yesterday, a report from ESPN’s Dianna Russini indicated Jacksonville’s asking price for Ramsey was “too high.”Russini added that two teams, one from the AFC and another from the NFC, had reportedly made offers for the two-time Pro Bowler.All of this adds up to a rather awkward situation, as Ramsey will seemingly suit up for the Jaguars Thursday night.It seems reasonable that it could be his final game with the team that drafted him fifth overall in 2016. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA – SEPTEMBER 08: Jalen Ramsey #20 of the Jacksonville Jaguars lines up during the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at TIAA Bank Field on September 08, 2019 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey has made it clear he wants to be traded. He made this request following last Sunday’s game.The tension between Ramsey and the Jags has been boiling for a while now, and it came to a head in a sideline altercation with head coach Doug Marrone in Houston last weekend.Now, it seems like a matter of when, not if, the fourth-year pro is shipped out of Jacksonville.NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport has some new info on when that might be. The Jaguars play the Tennessee Titans on Thursday Night Football tomorrow, and Ramsey will probably still be with the team for that game.
zoom South Korean bulk shipping company Pan Ocean has reported a net profit of USD 750.9 million in its full year results for 2014 on the backdrop of its successful restructuring process.The company said that its increased profit reflects the gain on exemption of dept through debt-to-equity conversion, along with contract termination of high cost chartered vessels and reducing of sales costs.Pan Ocean returned to profit after a major loss of USD 1.76 bn recorded in 2013.The results on the other hand show a fall in the company’s revenue of 36.1% year-on-year to USD 1.56 bn as the company worked to scale down its fleet and cut cargo volume within its rehabilitation procedure.Pan Ocean, formerly STX Pan Ocean, sealed the takeover deal with its preferred bidder Harim Group & JKL Consortium in February this year.The consortium, made up by poultry processor Harim and Korean private equity group JKL Partners, is expected to pay up to USD 968 million for the acquisition.The deal provides for Pan Ocean’s recapitalization through sale of equity, thus covering the company’s accumulated debt.World Maritime News Staff