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Jan 8, 2023 0 0 0 0
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2022 2242 17 7 764 3 25621.3
2021 2882 16 13 767 2 27122.6
2020 2757 26 9 1005 7 38425.6
3y Avg. 2922 26 9 993 5 37927.1
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Has support of Harbaugh, DeCosta

    Ravens coach John Harbaugh and GM Eric DeCosta both said Thursday that they expect Jackson (knee) to remain with the team, Hayes Gardner of The Baltimore Sun reports. Rumors have been swirling about Jackson's potential departure from Baltimore, with the 26-year-old scheduled for unrestricted free agency this offseason after a PCL sprain kept him out for the final month of the 2022 regular season and a playoff loss in Cincinnati. Harbaugh said he "200 percent" wants Jackson in Baltimore for years to come, while DeCosta was a bit measured but still said the focus remains on signing Jackson to an extension (rather than trading him). If Jackson does return to Baltimore in 2023, it'll be his first time in an NFL offense that isn't either directed or heavily influenced by Greg Roman, who announced Thursday that he's parting ways with the Ravens after four years as their offensive coordinator. Neither Harbaugh nor DeCosta said anything about a timeline for Jackson's recovery from the knee injury or if surgery might be needed.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Ruled out for wild-card round

    Jackson (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in Cincinnati, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Jackson still hasn't practiced since suffering a PCL sprain Week 13 and revealed Wednesday that his knee "remains unstable" nearly a month and a half after the injury. He may not be available in the playoffs even if the Ravens upset the Bengals this Sunday -- a tall task with Jackson ruled out and Tyler Huntley (shoulder) considered a game-time decision even after upgrading to full practice participation Friday.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Another DNP on Thursday

    Jackson (knee) didn't practice Thursday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. When Jackson initially suffered a sprained PCL in his left knee on Dec. 4, he was given a recovery timeline of 1-to-3 weeks, but he has yet to step on the practice field since then. Thursday's DNP marks his 17th in a row, which places considerable doubt into his ability to play in Sunday's wild-card game at Cincinnati. Meanwhile, backup quarterback Tyler Huntley (shoulder) resumed throwing Thursday, putting him on a potential path to play this weekend. If Jackson and Huntley aren't able to suit up Sunday, Anthony Brown and practice-squad member Brett Hundley are the options to be under center for the Ravens.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Not at practice

    Jackson (knee) isn't practicing Wednesday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Mike Garafolo and Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported earlier Wednesday that Jackson is facing an uphill battle to play in Sunday's wild-card game against the Bengals, and the quarterback's continued absence from practice would seem to support as much. Since suffering a PCL sprain Dec. 4, Jackson doesn't appear to be progressing as the team had hoped, and he now has only two more chances to practice before the Ravens' playoff opener. Backup quarterback Tyler Huntley sat out Week 18 with a shoulder injury and was limited to non-throwing work during the open portion of Wednesday's practice, leaving Anthony Brown and practice squad member Brett Hundley as the Ravens' healthy quarterbacks for the moment.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Appears unlikely to play Sunday

    Jackson (knee) faces an "uphill battle" to play in Sunday's wild-card game in Cincinnati, Ian Rapoport and Mike Garofolo of NFL Network report. Though Adam Schefter of ESPN reported over the weekend that Jackson had a "strong chance" to be available for the Ravens' postseason opener, Rapoport notes that optimism about the quarterback's ability to play Sunday has begun to dwindle over the past 24 hours. Jackson, who hasn't practiced since suffering a PCL sprain on his left knee Dec. 4 against the Broncos, missed the Ravens' final five games of the regular season. While Jackson is reportedly working hard to rehab the knee, he apparently hasn't made enough progress to put himself in position to resume practicing Wednesday. If Jackson remains a spectator in practice throughout the week, he'll likely be officially ruled out for the wild-card round Friday, which would then set the stage for Tyler Huntley (shoulder/wrist) to direct the Baltimore offense.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Optimism for playoff return

    Jackson (knee), who has already been ruled out for Week 18 against the Bengals, could play in the team's playoff matchup the following week, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Jackson has not practiced in a month and didn't seem to be all that close for a pivotal Week 18 return against the Bengals, but the superstar quarterback may attempt to gut it out with the Ravens' 2022-23 season on the line next week. Coach John Harbaugh was "hopeful" Jackson could make his return next week, but as Schefter noted, there's still swelling in the quarterback's knee, which complicates a firm timeline for return.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Ruled out for Week 18

    Jackson (knee) won't play Sunday against the Bengals. Per Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh noted that he's "hopeful" about the quarterback's chances of being ready to go for the start of the playoffs. At least for one more contest, however, Jackson will remain sidelined, which sets the stage for Tyler Huntley (shoulder/wrist) to make a fifth straight start, health permitting. Though Harbaugh is optimistic Huntley will be ready to play Sunday, undrafted rookie Anthony Brown took some reps with the first-team offense this week and is prepared to start, if needed.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Still not practicing

    Jackson (knee) wasn't spotted at practice Friday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. While Jackson is trending toward missing Sunday's game against the Bengals, Tyler Huntley (shoulder/wrist) has been limited at practice this week and could also be at risk of sitting out. If neither of the two are available this weekend, Anthony Brown would be in line to draw the start at quarterback in the regular-season finale.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Still absent from practice

    Jackson (knee) isn't practicing Thursday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. The 25-year-old has now missed 14 consecutive Ravens practices, and unless he reverses the trend Friday, he's all but certain to sit out his fifth consecutive game this Sunday in Cincinnati. Though Jackson's recovery from a PCL sprain of his left knee has taken longer than anticipated, the Ravens could still have their top signal-caller available for the wild-card round of the postseason if he's able to take more meaningful steps forward with his practice activity next week. Until Jackson is ready to go, however, the Ravens will turn to Tyler Huntley (shoulder/wrist) to direct the offense.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: No return to practice

    Jackson (knee) isn't practicing Wednesday, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Jackson hasn't played or practiced since Week 13 and is in danger of missing a fifth consecutive game. The Ravens may act cautious with Jackson even if he makes it back to practice by the end of the week, as they can't drop any lower than the No. 6 seed in the AFC and might not move up at all even with an upset win on the road this Sunday in Cincinnati.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Ruled out for Week 17

    Jackson (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday night's game against the Steelers. With Jackson -- who last saw game action Week 13 -- unable to practice this week, he'll sit this one out, which sets the stage for Tyler Huntley to draw another start at QB for the Ravens on Sunday. Jackson's next chance to return to action will arrive in the team's regular-season finale Week 18 versus the Bengals.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Not yet practicing

    Jackson (knee) remained a non-participant in Thursday's practice, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Though Jackson was expected to resume football-related activities this week after missing the Ravens' previous three games with a PCL sprain in his left knee, it hasn't translated to any recorded or estimated practice reps. The Ravens will wait and see what, if anything, Jackson can do during Friday's practice session, but the 2019 NFL MVP looks to be trending toward a fourth straight absence this Sunday against the Steelers. Tyler Huntley took reps with the first-team offense once again Thursday and is continuing to stay ready for another start.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Could return Week 17

    Jackson (knee), who will miss his third straight game Saturday against the Falcons, is expected to get back on the field early next week and resume taking part in "football-related movements," with the Ravens then set to determine whether he's fit to start practicing, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Jackson hasn't practiced in any fashion since suffering a PCL sprain of his left knee in Baltimore's Week 13 win over Denver, putting his availability up in the air until he's able to start taking reps again. Though the Ravens believe that Jackson will be able to play Week 17 against the Steelers if he's able to practice in some capacity, the dual-threat quarterback will first need to prove that his knee doesn't hinder him when he stops, starts and cuts before he's reintegrated into drills. At this stage, Rapoport relays that Jackson has responded well to running in a straight line and on the treadmill, but getting back on the field represents a hurdle he'll still have to overcome. Tyler Huntley (shoulder) is on track to make a third straight start this weekend and will likely continue to direct the Baltimore offense if Jackson misses additional time.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Not ready to start

    Jackson (knee) is not in line to start Saturday's game against the Falcons, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Per the report, coach John Harbaugh relayed that Tyler Huntley (shoulder) is slated to start the contest, with Jackson now targeting a potential return to the starting lineup in Week 17 against the Steelers.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Still not practicing

    Jackson (knee) wasn't spotted during the media-access portion of Thursday's practice, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Meanwhile, fellow QB Tyler Huntley was throwing Thursday after being listed as limited at practice Wednesday by a right shoulder issue. The Ravens' upcoming injury report will reveal whether Jackson has any chance to play Saturday against the Falcons, but his ongoing absence from practice suggests that Huntley is trending toward drawing another start in Week 16.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Not ready for practice

    Jackson (knee) didn't practice Tuesday. Jackson is recovering from a PCL sprain and in danger of missing a third straight game when the Ravens host the Falcons on Saturday. There might be a bit more urgency after Tyler Huntley's brutal performance in Cleveland this past Saturday, but it seems Jackson isn't even at the point to force tough decisions -- at least not early in the week. A return to practice Wednesday or Thursday could make things interesting, at least.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Not seen at practice Tuesday

    Jackson (knee) wasn't spotted during the media-access portion of Tuesday's practice, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Since sustaining a PCL sprain in his left knee Week 13, Jackson hasn't been able to mix into any on-field drills, missing two games as a result of the injury. If he goes down as a non-participant Tuesday, he'll have two more sessions this week to potentially put himself on a path to returning Saturday against the Falcons. Having said that, if Jackson sits out again this weekend, Tyler Huntley would be in line for a third consecutive start under center for the Ravens.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Could return next week

    The Ravens are hopeful that Jackson (knee) will be able to practice this coming week and potentially play next weekend against the Falcons, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Jackson, whom Rapoport notes is dealing with PCL sprain, has been ruled out for this Saturday's contest against the Browns, with Tyler Huntley slated to start in his place. However, it appears as though Jackson could possibly return to action for the 9-4 Ravens in Week 16, assuming no setbacks in the coming days.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Ruled out for second straight game

    Jackson (knee) has been ruled out for Saturday's game at Cleveland. Jackson will miss his second straight game due to the left knee sprain he sustained in the Ravens' Week 13 win over the Broncos. Given that he hasn't taken the field in any capacity in Baltimore's subsequent six practices, Jackson can't be considered a lock to play Week 16 against the Falcons, at least at this juncture. Though head coach John Harbaugh stopped short of announcing a starter for Saturday's game, Tyler Huntley cleared the concussion protocol Thursday and doesn't carry a designation into the weekend, all but assuring that he'll fill in for Jackson again.
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  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Still not practicing

    Jackson (knee) remained sidelined at practice Wednesday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Jackson hasn't practiced since suffering a PCL sprain in his left knee in the Ravens' Week 13 win over the Broncos, and at this stage, he doesn't appear likely to make it back for Sunday's game in Cleveland. On the plus side for the Ravens, No. 2 quarterback Tyler Huntley (concussion) practiced for the second straight day Wednesday, and thus appears to be trending in the right direction as Sunday's contest approaches. Huntley started in last Sunday's 16-14 win over the Steelers but exited in the second half after entering the concussion protocol.
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