Things did not end well between Yannick Ngakoue and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Last summer, Ngakoue requested a trade out of Jacksonville after repeatedly beefing with the Jaguars organization.

On Aug, 31, the defensive end took a $5.8 million pay cut in order to facilitate a deal to the Minnesota Vikings for two draft picks. After playing five games in Minnesota, Ngakoue was shipped to the Baltimore Ravens on Oct. 22. He has recorded one sack in Baltimore since making his Ravens debut in Week 8.

On Sunday, Ngakoue will get his first chance to face his former team, and Jaguars QB Gardner Minshew is not expecting the edge rusher to show any mercy to his former teammates. In fact, quite the opposite:

“Now Yannick’s going to be out for blood,” Minshew said, per ESPN.

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For his part, Ngakoue downplayed the personal significance of the Week 15 matchup:

“I’m just treating it as another game,” Ngakoue said. “We need the rest of these wins to get to where we need to get to. At the end of the day, I had my time with Jacksonville, you know that’s not a secret. At the end of the day, I’m just going to treat it like another game, another Sunday.”

We’ll see.

Ngakoue is not the only former Jaguar on the Ravens defensive line. Calais Campbell is also looking forward to facing off against his old team:

“I’ve been in contact with a bunch of the guys over there, just because in football, you develop a brotherhood and friendship,” Campbell said. “So, a lot of those guys I’m real, real tight with. So it’s going to be fun competing and talking trash along the way and having some fun with the old team.”

Baltimore enters the Week 15 matchup at TIAA Bank Field at 8-5, coming off a thrilling 47-42 win on Monday Night Football over the Cleveland Browns.

The Jaguars are 1-12 and still in the hunt for the top pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.