Lamar Jackson lands on Ravens injury report

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The Ravens issued an estimated injury report for Monday’s practice because they didn’t hold a full practice session and their estimation regarding quarterback Lamar Jackson is likely to catch some attention.

The team estimated that Jackson would have been limited if they had been on the field. A quadricep issue is cited as the reason why Jackson wouldn’t have done everything in practice. Reporters at the light workout said that Jackson arrived on the field at the end of the portion open to the media.

Jackson showed no sign of injury and played every offensive snap during Sunday’s win over the Bills. His status should gain some clarity when the Ravens get back to on-field preparations for the Jets on Tuesday.

Tight end Mark Andrews (knee) was listed as out of practice after leaving Sunday’s game and left tackle Ronnie Stanley is in the concussion protocol. Linebacker Chris Board (concussion) and safety Anthony Levine (ankle) also would have missed a real practice.

Defensive tackle Jihad Ward (elbow) was listed as limited alongside Jackson.

30 responses to “Lamar Jackson lands on Ravens injury report

  1. Crazy that he was still effective this week even though he was wearing white sleeves to go along with a white glove. I don’t know how he could’ve done it.

  2. Okay this is great news so your saying we have a chance lol. Lamar just take it easy this week my man please your going to win the Super Bowl just let the jets hang around Thursday so my whole weekend doesn’t get ruined. But for real this kid is unreal and I’m excited to see him play Thursday even though it’s going to be depressing

  3. A couple weeks of getting hit hard by physical defenses and here we are. Teams now also understand that they absolutely must set the edge and stay there vs Jackson and drive him back inside to the large bodies on defense.

  4. This probably has more to do with not wanting to end up like the Lions with Stafford’s injury…..

  5. Given how he plays the game, isn’t it inevitable? Please, in the spirit of wanting to see another team represent the AFC, just don’t have it occur before they play the Patriots in the playoffs.

  6. Remember when Cam Newton won league MVP and shook up the NFL.Were is he now and how he is doing.

  7. It is a small injury on his left hand. It should not keep him out. However, it bothers him enough that the Ravens listed him on the injury report. He did also kinda mentioned it in the post-game interview…Oops!!! If they don’t list him, the league will come knocking. He will have it taped up and he will be ready to play against the Jets.

  8. Greg Williams is familiar with the Ravens since his days with the Browns. So that’s an advantage for the Jets. However, the Jets have Mark Sanchez 2.0 at QB and with the way Ravens defense is playing, it could get ugly very fast.

  9. TOLD YOU’S………..Running QB,s will NEVER BE an NFL norm. Too many huge guys that can run real fast chasing you down. Only a matter of time before Ole Lamar goes by the way of RG3. Amazing in college that doesn’t translate well to the PRO’s. Plus only a matter of time before DC,s catch up to him.

  10. NFL catches up with you, such a misnomer. It’s hard to stay on top unless you are exceptional and have great players around you. Why didn’t the NFL catch up with Brady, Brees, Marino, etc? Because they were great. Other dudes were not.
    In NFL history, one running QB got hurt while running and that is supposed to be Lamar’s fate? Ridiculoud…while running backs run all the time and QBs get hurt in the pocket? What are we talking about? And if Lamar does get injured, it’s supposed to be career ending? Gimmie a break with this QB running nonsense.

  11. I would to know the actual statistical breakdown of injuries at QB between pocket passers (low rushing yards) and mobile (higher rushing yards). I’d bet anything you are far more likely to get hurt sitting in the pocket.

  12. There is nothing to catch up with Lamar. Just stop him from running…if you can.

    Belichick and Phillips are the best DCs in the game. How’d that work out for them?

    Lamar has played more than a full season. How much film do you need?

  13. The dominos have begun to fall…

    “it’s just small hand injury”

    “it’s just a hamstring”

    “it’s just a shoulder sprain”

    “it’s just a knee scope”

    “it’s just an ACL…..”

    Get ready you vvag0n jumper Ravens fans, it’s only a matter of time.

  14. Bobby Douglass
    Randall Cunningham
    Michael Vick
    Robert Griffin III

    Running QBs. The injury bug got them all. Arguably you can add Steve Young to this list as well, since his career was ended by concussions – but he was by far the most successful

  15. I sure hope Harbaugh does not risk further injury to beat the hapless Jets
    I really would like to see Jackson scortch the Patriots in the playoffs. Keep him healthy please Harbaugh

  16. The Jets stink so bad that the Ravens would be well suited to play LJax for a series, maybe the first quarter, and then rest him. RG3 can handle the Jets – it would make the game more exciting, to say the least.

  17. lennylyles says:
    December 9, 2019 at 8:45 pm

    Stafford, Foles, Brees, Big Ben, Flacco, are all drop back passers injured this year. Didn’t Vick play 13 years in the league for 13 years?

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    Didn’t Foles, Brees, Big Ben and Flacco all win the Superbowl?

  18. Remember when Cam Newton won league MVP and shook up the NFL.Were is he now and how he is doing.
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    And your point is?
    He went to a SB as well.
    How many can say that?

    I hate stupid comments like running QBs can never win a SB.
    How many running QBs are in the NFL every year? And many drop back passers are there? So, you expect 2 or 3 guys to consistently and compete with 28+ drop back passers, in the Brady era?
    Boy, bye!

  19. Jared Spazniewski says:
    December 9, 2019 at 10:06 pm
    lennylyles says:
    December 9, 2019 at 8:45 pm

    Stafford, Foles, Brees, Big Ben, Flacco, are all drop back passers injured this year. Didn’t Vick play 13 years in the league for 13 years?

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    Didn’t Foles, Brees, Big Ben and Flacco all win the Superbowl?

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    Can Lamar have at least year two to get one??? And yes in 15 years Brees won ONE Super Bowl. What if LJ lasts 5 years and wins 1 or 2??

    Just shut up and enjoy it.

  20. Mahomes has a ankle knee and now a hand injury but some how people talking about this injury that happen in the pocket hats not that serious lmao people couldn’t wait to said I told you so

  21. I laugh every time I read about people saying they (Lamar and Ravens) will win the Super Bowl. It’s as if they already won. These people writing in here don’t realize this is the regular season. The playoffs are a whole different beast. I can see one and done just like last year. The Chargers popped them in the mouth. How are they really all that different than that game? Slightly better passer? The Chargers didn’t let them run the ball in that game. Believe me, it won’t work like that in the playoffs. Watch and learn!

  22. hehfest77 says:
    December 10, 2019 at 3:29 am
    I laugh every time I read about people saying they (Lamar and Ravens) will win the Super Bowl. It’s as if they already won. These people writing in here don’t realize this is the regular season. The playoffs are a whole different beast. I can see one and done just like last year. The Chargers popped them in the mouth. How are they really all that different than that game? Slightly better passer? The Chargers didn’t let them run the ball in that game. Believe me, it won’t work like that in the playoffs. Watch and learn!

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    It has been well documented that the reason the Ravens went after Ingram was for the power run game. A back like Ingram (paired with Edwards) and Ricard running as fullback would absolutely dominate a defense set up like the Chargers did. The defense is a make over, Lamar is a better passer, speed receivers who block, and an offense tailored to him. I mean it is kind of silly to say nothing is different than last year. Seriously.

  23. hehfest77 says:
    December 10, 2019 at 3:29 am
    I laugh every time I read about people saying they (Lamar and Ravens) will win the Super Bowl. It’s as if they already won. These people writing in here don’t realize this is the regular season. The playoffs are a whole different beast. I can see one and done just like last year. The Chargers popped them in the mouth. How are they really all that different than that game? Slightly better passer? The Chargers didn’t let them run the ball in that game. Believe me, it won’t work like that in the playoffs. Watch and learn!

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    The Ravens have 2 Super Bowls this millennia. We know the difference between the regular season the playoffs and winning Super Bowls, thank you very much.

  24. LAst year Lamar was running a traditional offense designed for a drop back passer.
    This year the offense is designed around Lamar.
    Huuge difference.
    And the Ravens defense is completely different this year too.

  25. I’d sit him this week, it’s the game the Ravens can most afford to lose of their their final 3. Besides, the rest of the team should be able to handle the Jets, especially with how Wink’s defense has really come on the last few weeks in pressuring the QB.

  26. sigbouncer says:
    December 9, 2019 at 5:33 pm
    A couple weeks of getting hit hard by physical defenses and here we are. Teams now also understand that they absolutely must set the edge and stay there vs Jackson and drive him back inside to the large bodies on defense.

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    And yet the teams with the probowl level talent to be able to effectively implement this strategy still lost.

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