Miami Dolphins star Jalen Ramsey opened up about his strategy for direct messaging women on social media with Jake Paul during a recent chat for Betr.
Paul, the YouTube star turned boxing phenom, asked Ramsey what his strategy was. Hanna Cavinder, the former Miami Hurricanes basketball player who is among the most followed college athletes on TikTok, said her “twin would know” when the defensive back started talking about it.
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“I probably hit her with a heart then,” Ramsey told Paul.
One of the hosts then asked, “You like white girls, huh?”
Ramsey replied, “I’m not going to lie, I don’t discriminate, boy.”
The Dolphins made one of the biggest defensive acquisitions of the offseason with the trade of Ramsey from the Los Angeles Rams.
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Ramsey played over three years with Los Angeles and helped the team win a Super Bowl title in the 2021 season. He was a Pro Bowler every season with the Rams and solidified himself as one of the best cornerbacks in football.
Ramsey played in all 17 games for Los Angeles last season. He had 88 tackles, four interceptions and two forced fumbles.
Miami struggled on defense last season. The 9-8 team was 18th in yards allowed and 24th in points allowed. The Dolphins made the playoffs for the first time since 2016, but lost in the wildcard round.
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The Dolphins haven’t won a playoff game since the 2000 season.