Ravens list Lamar Jackson as questionable after full Friday practice

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Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson practiced on Friday after missing the first two days of work this week with a back injury, but the team isn’t making any guarantees about his status for Sunday’s game against the Broncos.

Jackson has been listed as questionable on the team’s final injury report of the week. He was a full participant in practice before landing that designation.

Cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey and Tavon Young also got in full workouts Friday, but join Jackson in the questionable category. Both players have knee injuries.

Linebacker Pernell McPhee (shoulder), safety Chris Clark (hip), safety Geno Stone (thigh), and tackle Alejandro Villanueva (knee) were all limited in practice and listed as questionable. Villanueva will start in place of Ronnie Stanley at left tackle if he can play as Stanley’s been ruled out for the third straight week with an ankle injury.

Defensive end Derek Wolfe (hip, back) has also been ruled out while cornerback Anthony Averett (ankle) and safety DeShon Elliott drew questionable tags after sitting out of practice.

4 responses to “Ravens list Lamar Jackson as questionable after full Friday practice

  1. All teams are dealing with injuries right now. That changes games outcomes. I guess it depends on how deep a team is, and how severe the injuries. The Ravens seem snakebit. I count 10 on this list.

  2. Do they use a roster spot to bring up McSorley from the practice squad in case Jackson gets hit and re-injured during the game?

  3. Lamar please get yourself a little security and sign some long term extension, during the season. He is SO much of their offense, there’s is NO game where he will be used sparingly wether a blow out win, loss, or nail biter it all flows through him. He has one of the highest likelihood’s of suffering some degree of injury in any given game cause of his usage rate. And as the season winds along that will increase not decrease. If he’s his own agent as he prefers to be than half of him should fire the other half cause he should have the “what ifs” covered by now and should be playing without worrying he’ll never get a big payday. And I’m a Lions fan, I really have no opinion on BAL either way. But he is taking all the risk and he’s earned the right to have BAL holding a healthy % of that risk. IMO

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