#Jaguars unsigned franchise player Yannick Ngakoue has parted ways with his agent, per league source.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) August 10, 2020
Ngakoue is currently in the five-day waiting period before he's allowed to hire new representation.
Since Ngakoue didn't sign a long-term deal with Jacksonville by the July 15 deadline, he's only able to play under the one-year tag worth $17.788 million this coming season. He held out of training camp last year before making his contract demands know to the organization.
It's not surprising Ngakoue wants to be traded from the Jaguars. Jacksonville traded Calais Campbell, A.J. Bouye and Nick Foles — and that's not all. Running back Leonard Fournette also reportedly wants a trade, so the Jaguars aren't going to be very good for the next few years and possibly longer.
Back in March, several teams inquired about Ngakoue, including the Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks and New York Jets. If the Jags really wanted trade him, it doesn't appear that it would be too difficult.
Ngakoue has recorded eight or more sacks in each of his four seasons in Jacksonville, so it's no surprise that many teams are interested in the former Pro Bowler.