Lamar Jackson not on the field at Ravens practice

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Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson wasn’t listed on Wednesday’s injury report, but he’ll be making an appearance when Thursday’s report is released.

Jackson was not present during the portion of Ravens practice that was open to the media. There’s no word on the reason for his absence at this point.

The Ravens played Monday night, so Jackson’s absence could be related to playing on a short week. He missed two days of practice in Week Four with a back injury and one day of practice in Week Three with an illness, but played and helped the Ravens to victories in each game.

Tackle Alejandro Villanueva (knee), wide receiver Sammy Watkins (hamstring), tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle), and defensive tackle Brandon Williams also weren’t taking part in the open portion of practice. Stanley and Watkins didn’t practice Wednesday, Villanueva was limited, and Williams was not on the report at all.

14 responses to “Lamar Jackson not on the field at Ravens practice

  1. It has to be such a burden for him to have taken on a practice squad defense in the second half of the last game. Usually he just has to prance around to steal the spotlight for himself. Having to actually play his position can be a burden too much for him to bear. This could be a career ending injury – now that we’ve seen him pass against a weak defense, we’ll think (foolishly) that he truly is a QB against better defenses. He knows the fraud.

  2. lesepi says:
    October 14, 2021 at 2:32 pm
    It has to be such a burden for him to have taken on a practice squad defense in the second half of the last game. Usually he just has to prance around to steal the spotlight for himself. Having to actually play his position can be a burden too much for him to bear. This could be a career ending injury – now that we’ve seen him pass against a weak defense, we’ll think (foolishly) that he truly is a QB against better defenses. He knows the fraud

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    You must be real fun a parties. Lamar living rent free in your head.

  3. lesepi says:
    October 14, 2021 at 2:32 pm
    It has to be such a burden for him to have taken on a practice squad defense in the second half of the last game. Usually he just has to prance around to steal the spotlight for himself. Having to actually play his position can be a burden too much for him to bear. This could be a career ending injury – now that we’ve seen him pass against a weak defense, we’ll think (foolishly) that he truly is a QB against better defenses. He knows the fraud.

    You will not get any sympathy from Ravens fans about injuries. If the Ravens were 100% healthy you the Colts wouldn’t of been in that game.

  4. If Lamar was playing against a practice squad, then Josh Allen was playing against a college jv team. Those DBs were not even in the same zip code as Buffalo pass catchers.

  5. Yeah, remember when the NFL used different rules and adjusted the schedule for Lamar in terms of his quarantine last year so he didn’t have to miss the week 13 game? Biscotti is a made man in Goodell’s sphere. The whole Ray Rice debacle, allowing Ray Lewis to scoot scot-free despite his involvement in a murder, whiny Harbaugh complaining about the Patriots and ineligible receivers so they changed the rules… and yet despite this and Lamar’s greatness they’re 1-3 in their last 4 playoff games. Go figure.

  6. Didn’t he have last Thursday off too? If that’s the case, Lamar gets all the Thursdays off between now and his HOF induction. I’m not a big fan of his, but his arm is what won them the game last week, and the talent can’t be denied.

  7. Fair amount of red flags regarding his health over the last month or so. Something to keep an eye on.

  8. RandallCunninghamWasARealQB says:
    October 14, 2021 at 4:15 pm

    Yeah, remember when the NFL used different rules and adjusted the schedule for Lamar in terms of his quarantine last year so he didn’t have to miss the week 13 game? Biscotti is a made man in Goodell’s sphere. The whole Ray Rice debacle, allowing Ray Lewis to scoot scot-free despite his involvement in a murder, whiny Harbaugh complaining about the Patriots and ineligible receivers so they changed the rules… and yet despite this and Lamar’s greatness they’re 1-3 in their last 4 playoff games. Go figure.
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    Yeah, made the playoffs every year he has been in the league. Same amount of playoff wins as Prescott and Cousins. More playoff wins than Dalton, Stafford and Fitzpatrick combined. Go troll those guys.

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