Lamar Jackson declares himself “100 percent” healthy

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Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson missed a couple of practices in late August, but said that the groin problem that limited him then isn’t a problem now.

Via Jonas Shaffer of the Baltimore Sun, Jackson said during an interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio that he felt fine.

It’s 100 percent,” Jackson said. “It’s 100 now.”

The Ravens said little about the problem, with coach John Harbaugh just calling it a “soft tissue thing,” and with the regular season around the corner, you shouldn’t expect any more clarity from a football coach.

Jackson returned to practice last week, and participated in the team’s scrimmage Sunday, which is the closest thing he’ll get to live work before the Sept. 13 opener against the Browns.

4 responses to “Lamar Jackson declares himself “100 percent” healthy

  1. The Ravens absolutely need him 100% healthy as well. This is the only thing that worries me with Jackson, injuries. You saw it with Vick, you saw it with Kaep, and you’ve seen it with Cam. Guys with this style of play, though Jackson is an athlete on a whole other level, take a beating and eventually it catches up with them.

  2. 1billsnation says:
    September 3, 2020 at 7:03 am
    The Ravens absolutely need him 100% healthy as well. This is the only thing that worries me with Jackson, injuries. You saw it with Vick, you saw it with Kaep, and you’ve seen it with Cam. Guys with this style of play, though Jackson is an athlete on a whole other level, take a beating and eventually it catches up with them.

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    Do you think about that with Josh Allen? Because he runs more reckless then Lamar.

  3. alonmars says:
    September 3, 2020 at 12:01 pm

    Do you think about that with Josh Allen? Because he runs more reckless then Lamar.

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    Absolutely

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