Lamar Jackson listed as questionable, “has a chance” to play

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Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson didn’t practice at all this week, but the team isn’t ruling him out of Sunday’s game against the Packers.

Jackson has been listed as questionable to play with the ankle injury he suffered in last Sunday’s loss to the Browns. Tyler Huntley will start if Jackson does not play and head coach John Harbaugh said that the team is prepared for either development.

“I’d say he has a chance,” Harbaugh said, via the team’s website. “It’s just one of those things where it’s an ankle sprain where if he starts feeling good … We’ll check him out pregame and he’s in all the preparations and all that. We’ll see where we’re at. But, if not, we’ve got Tyler and he’ll be ready to go also.”

Left guard Ben Powers (foot) has been ruled out and three other offensive linemen — left tackle Alejandro Villanueva (knee), right tackle Patrick Mekari (hand), and guard Tyre Phillips (illness) are listed as questionable. Backup center Trystan Colon-Castillo is on the COVID-19 reserve list. Tight end Nick Boyle (knee), wide receiver Marquise Brown (illness), fullback Patrick Ricard (back, knee), and cornerback Chris Westry (knee) are also questionable while defensive end Calais Campbell (thigh) is considered doubtful to play.

5 responses to “Lamar Jackson listed as questionable, “has a chance” to play

  1. Packers are on their second or third guy at numerous positions, so don’t expect any sympathy from them.

  2. I’ve seen some of the best performances made by professional and amateur athletes alike, when they supposedly should be hampered by an injury…….and then play lights out.

  3. I would be surprised and shocked if Jackson starts or plays Sunday. We have signed Josh Johnson, a vet, he can come in if Huntley plays bad.

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