Lamar Jackson did not practice Wednesday

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Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson remained out of practice Wednesday. He has not practiced since injuring his ankle against the Browns on Dec. 12.

On Sunday, Jackson missed the first game of his career due to injury as the Ravens lost to the Packers 31-30. Backup quarterback Tyler Huntley started and threw two touchdowns and ran for two.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh offered no update on Jackson on Wednesday, saying the team is in “wait and see” mode.

“I’m hopeful for him, and I know he’s doing everything he can to get back and play for us,” receiver Marquise Brown said, via Clifton Brown of the team website.

Defensive lineman Calais Campbell (thigh) returned to practice on a limited basis Wednesday after missing Sunday’s game.

Right tackle Patrick Mekari (hand), who has missed the past two games, also practiced on a limited basis.

Left guard Ben Powers (toe), guard/tackle Tyre Phillips (knee), cornerback Tavon Young (concussion) and receiver/returner Devin Duvernay (ankle) did not practice.

Fullback Patrick Ricard (knee) and tight end Nick Boyle (knee) were limited.

9 responses to “Lamar Jackson did not practice Wednesday

  1. What,s the big secret on Jackson’s prospect for return. Every team they play knows how to play him. It’s no secret.

  2. Lamar is a Pro Bowler? Huh? Did the NFL ignore his last 7 games in which he was the worst or 2md worst QB in the entire league? Why is the NFL so committed to a bad QB who can’t throw or read defenses or handle pressure and throws a ton of picks? It’s embarrassing. Yes, he can scramble from time to time… but enough is enough with this nonsense. Even Ravens fans want Huntley to start now!

  3. Has QB that has won the MVP ever been benched less than 2 two years after winning it?
    Obviously they will put him back in as the starter but for how long.

  4. People have been doubting Lamar most of his life when it comes to football. It fueled him in college and he won a Heisman. It fueled him when he was drafted last in the first round and became the NFL MVP. Huntley has done a good job, but the doubters will fuel Lamar again.

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