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Tagged: Lamar Jackson (149 Results)

Aug
8

Ravens starters wont play in preseason opener

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that quarterback LAMAR JACKSON and tight end MARK ANDREWS (among others) will not play in Thursday’s preseason opener against the Tennessee Titans. Given theMore numerous injuries the Ravens suffered to key players during last year’s preseason, it should come as no surprise that the Ravens are proceeding with caution this preseason. It remains to be seen whether many of the Ravens starters will see any preseason playing time at all this year. Less

Source: Team Website

Jul
22

Ravens QB Jackson reports to training camp amid contract uncertainty

Baltimore Ravens quarterback LAMAR JACKSON’s contract negotiations are ongoing, but the star signal caller has reported to training camp. Thursday afternoon was the first day for quarterbacks to report and JacksonMore was present with a smile on his face. Jackson reported to camp on the same day that Arizona quarterback KYLER MURRAY got a massive contract extension. Time will tell if Jackson follows suit. Less

Source: Team Website

Jul
15

Ravens QB Jackson not thinking about holdout

Baltimore Ravens quarterback LAMAR JACKSON said this week that he is hopeful for a new contract before training camp begins on July 26th. When asked about a potential training camp holdoutMore if a deal is not completed, Jackson said that was not something that was on his mind. Jackson declined to discuss the contract negotiations further, saying that conversations are private and he was not going to talk about it. Less

Source: Team Website

Apr
25

Ravens WR Bateman headed for breakout season?

Baltimore Ravens second year wideout RASHOD BATEMAN and star quarterback LAMAR JACKSON played just seven games together last year, less than half a season of work to build their chemistry andMore timing. Heading into 2022, they have already gotten together for throwing sessions in South Florida and Bateman said he is more comfortable knowing what to expect in his second season. The 22-year-old Bateman is expected to play a large role in the offense in 2022. Less

Source: Team Website

Feb
18

Ravens QB Jackson back throwing as promised

Baltimore Ravens quarterback LAMAR JACKSON promised head coach John Harbaugh and fantasy owners last month that he would get back to work the day after the Super Bowl. True to hisMore word, Jackson posted videos on social media earlier this week of him back throwing a football. Jackson missed the final four games of the season due to a bone bruise but he is expected to be good to go for offseason activities. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Feb
1

Bone bruise ended season for Ravens QB Jackson

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said on Monday that star quarterback LAMAR JACKSON suffered a tricky bone bruise on his ankle that was ultimately responsible for ending his season early.More Jackson suffered the ankle injury during Week #14 and expected to return before the end of the season. Unfortunately for Jackson, the Ravens, and fantasy owners, the injury did not heal in time. Harbaugh said that Jackson claimed to be feeling great now, adding that he plans to get back to work right after the Super Bowl. Jackson is expected to be fully healthy heading into the 2022 season. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jan
11

Ravens QB Jackson says bone bruise ended his season

Baltimore Ravens quarterback LAMAR JACKSON missed the team’s last four games of the 2021 season after having never missed a start due to injury during his first three years in theMore league. Jackson confirmed on Monday that it was a bone bruise that kept him out of action while the Ravens fought hard to earn a playoff spot. Jackson is entering the fifth year of his rookie deal in 2022 but he said there have been no talks about a contract extension thus far. Jackson added that his focus is on getting healthy. Less

Source: Team Website

Jan
4

Ravens QB Jackson has a chance to play vs. Steelers

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said on Monday that quarterback LAMAR JACKSON has a chance to play in Sunday’s regular season finale against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Jackson has missed theMore past three games as he works to recover from an ankle injury. The Ravens still have a slim chance to make the playoffs, and Harbaugh said that Jackson has been “pushing to try and come back to play and practice”. Less

Source: Team Website

Dec
23

Ravens QB Jackson still not practicing

Baltimore Ravens quarterback LAMAR JACKSON remained out of practice on Wednesday. He has not practiced since injuring his ankle against the Cleveland Browns on December 12th. Jackson missed the first gameMore of his career due to injury on Sunday against Green Bay. If Jackson remains out, the Ravens will turn once again to backup quarterback TYLER HUNTLEY. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said on Wednesday that the team is in “wait and see” mode regarding Jackson. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Dec
16

Ravens QB Jackson still day-to-day

Baltimore Ravens quarterback LAMAR JACKSON is not ready to start practicing, but the team is not ready to rule him out for Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers either. RavensMore head coach John Harbaugh said that Jackson is still “day-to-day” after missing Wednesday’s practice due to his ankle injury. His injury is reportedly not a high-ankle sprain, so fantasy owners are holding out hope that he will be ready. This one will likely be decided closer to game time. Less

Source: Team Website

Dec
14

Ravens QB Jackson plans to play Sunday vs. Packers

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said on Monday that the team will prepare as if LAMAR JACKSON will play against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. Further evaluation on MondayMore showed that Jackson does not have the dreaded high-ankle sprain. If Jackson can’t play, it would be the first game of his four-year career that he would miss because of injury. Less

Source: Team Website

Dec
13

Ravens QB Jackson suffers ankle injury vs. Browns

Baltimore quarterback LAMAR JACKSON suffered an ankle sprain in the second quarter of Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns and did not return to the game. Jackson was hit low, slowlyMore limped off the field, and was eventually carted to the locker room. Jackson will be further evaluated today to determine the extent of the injury. Backup quarterback TYLER HUNTLEY will assume the starting role if the injury keeps Jackson out of action. Less

Source: Team Website

Nov
25

Ravens QB Jackson feeling good, confident he will play Sunday

Baltimore Ravens quarterback LAMAR JACKSON said this week that he is back and “feeling good” after missing last weekend’s game with an illness. Jackson added that he is “120 percent” sureMore that he will be ready to face the Cleveland Browns this Sunday. Jackson said he wasn’t sure what happened last weekend, but that he was fatigued, chilled, and ultimately unable to play against the Chicago Bears. Less

Source: Team Website

Nov
8

Ravens QB Jackson sets NFL record vs. Vikings

Baltimore Ravens quarterback LAMAR JACKSON set an NFL record in Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings with his 12th 100-yard rushing game. Jackson ran 21 times for 120 yards, leading allMore rushers and passing Michael Vick for the most 100-yard rushing games by a quarterback. Jackson also helped his fantasy owners on Sunday with 266 passing yards and 3 touchdowns. Less

Source: Sports Illustrated

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