Lamar Jackson

#8 QB / Baltimore Ravens / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 212 lb Age: 25 College: Louisville Bye 10

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    Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Recovers from ankle injury

    Lamar Jackson's ankle has healed and he's resumed working out with teammates, Ryan Mink of the Baltimore Ravens' official site reports.A bone bruise in his right ankle kept Jackson sidelined for the final four games of the 2021 campaign, but he should be in store for a normal, healthy offseason before the Ravens resume practicing in May and June. The bigger concern is a potential contract extension, with Jackson scheduled to make $23.1 million in 2022 under the fifth-year option on his rookie contract. A new deal won't be cheap from a real-money standpoint, but it may allow the Ravens to reduce Jackson's cap hit for the upcoming season, which in turn would help the team bring in reinforcements for its offensive line and defense.

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    Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Season hindered by injury

    Lamar Jackson (ankle) finished the season completing 64.4 percent of his passes for 2,882 yards, 16 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in 12 games. He added 133 carries for 767 yards and two scores.Jackson endured a health-challenged season, with an illness sidelining him for a game and a right ankle injury keeping him out for the final month. When he was available, Jackson showed improvement as a passer, especially in terms of generating explosive plays; his 41 completions of 20-plus yards nearly matched what he did in 15 games during his 2019 MVP season. He also led to Baltimore Ravens to comeback wins from double-digit deficits against the Chiefs, Colts and Vikings. Still, it wasn't a perfect season from Jackson, who committed 16 turns in total, including a career-high 13 picks. It's important to note that the Baltimore offense was upended late in training camp with its top two running backs suffering season-ending injuries and its first-round receiver going out with a core-muscle injury that sidelined him well into the regular season. The absences of key skill-position players put more on Jackson's shoulders, and he still managed to put the Ravens in playoff position before the illness and injury railroaded his season. Jackson enters 2022 on the fifth year of his rookie deal, and he'll make north of $23 million unless the he and the team negotiate a long-term extension.

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    Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Officially ruled out for Week 18

    Lamar Jackson (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's regular-season finale against the Steelers.With Jackson still unavailable due to his ankle injury, Tyler Huntley has been confirmed as the Baltimore Ravens' Week 18 starting QB, while Josh Johnson is set to serve as the team's No. 2 signal-caller Sunday.

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    Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Won't start Sunday

    Coach John Harbaugh announced Friday that Tyler Huntley will start Sunday's regular-season finale against the Steelers. Lamar Jackson (ankle) hasn't played since Week 14.Per Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun, Harbaugh didn't update Jackson's injury status, but given that the QB won't start Sunday's contest, it looks like the Baltimore Ravens are likely to officially rule Jackson out once the team's final Week 18 injury report is posted.

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    Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Misses another practice

    Lamar Jackson (ankle) remained sidelined at practice Thursday, Jamison Hensley of reports.As Hensley points out, Jackson only has practiced once in the past 25 days, so at this stage the QB's status for Sunday's game against the Steelers is cloudy. If Jackson remains sidelined this weekend, Tyler Huntley would be in line to start the Baltimore Ravens' regular-season finale.

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    Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Not practicing

    Lamar Jackson (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday.Jackson's continued absence from practice isn't a great sign for his Week 18 availability, though head coach John Harbaugh said Monday that the quarterback still has a chance to make it back for Sunday's season finale against the Steelers. A return to practice Thursday or Friday would give the Baltimore Ravens a chance to evaluate Jackson before making that decision, though there may also be some sentiment toward caution with Baltimore's long-shot playoff hopes riding on a Jacksonville upset of Indianapolis, among other things.

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    Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Chance to return in Week 18

    Coach John Harbaugh said Monday that Lamar Jackson (ankle) has a chance to play Sunday against Pittsburgh, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.Harbaugh said that Jackson has been pushing to play recently, but he was forced to miss a third consecutive game in Sunday's loss to the Rams. The 24-year-old was limited in last Wednesday's practice before being kept off the field Thursday and Friday, and he'll likely need to log more practice time ahead of Week 18 if he hopes to return against the Steelers. If Jackson remains sidelined, Tyler Huntley would be in line for another start.

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    Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Missing third straight game

    Lamar Jackson (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Rams, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.Jackson initially appeared to be trending toward a return from a two-game absence after he opened this week as a limited participant in Wednesday's practice. Unfortunately, Jackson was limping badly during that session while battling the bone bruise in his right ankle, prompting the Baltimore Ravens to hold him out of practices Thursday and Friday before listing him as questionable for the Week 17 game. Jackson didn't demonstrate enough progress heading into Sunday to get the green light to play, paving the way for Tyler Huntley to make his second start in three games and third overall of the season.

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    Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Week 17 status TBD

    Though the Baltimore Ravens may elect to take a decision with Lamar Jackson (ankle) up to game-time, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network suggests that Tyler Huntley profiles as the likely starter for Sunday's game against the Rams.Jackson, who last suited up in Week 14, is officially listed as questionable after missing practice Thursday and Friday. Fortunately for those considering either of the Ravens' top two QBs in Week 17 fantasy lineups, the team kicks off at 1:00 ET on Sunday.

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    Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Officially questionable for Week 17

    Lamar Jackson (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams after not practicing Thursday or Friday.Head coach John Harbaugh noted Friday that Jackson "has a chance to play" in the contest, but if that doesn't happen, Tyler Huntley, who came off the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, is available to fill in as the starting quarterback. Look for added context with regard to Jackson's Week 17 status to arrive late Saturday or early Sunday ahead of the game's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff.

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