Lamar Jackson will return to practice on limited basis

NFL: DEC 12 Ravens at Browns
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Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is finally ready to return to the practice field.

Jackson will practice on a limited basis today, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said.

Jackson hasn’t practiced or played since suffering an ankle injury against the Browns on December 12.

The Ravens, who once looked like Super Bowl contenders, are now 8-7 and in a fight just to make the playoffs. Upsetting the Rams on Sunday would go a long way toward getting the Ravens into the playoffs, and Jackson getting healthy would be a big boost to the Ravens.

5 responses to “Lamar Jackson will return to practice on limited basis

  1. Franchise tag him Baltimore and get a taste of what it will be like to sign him to a $40+ million dollar extension.

  2. Can someone please tell me why you’d want Lamar back as the starting QB vs Huntley or Johnson? And don’t give me “he’s won a ton of regular season games.” That’s old news. Just look statistically and factually at this year, which is what matters. Your offense in the past 3 games without Lamar: 24 points per game, 270 yards per game throwing, avg 70 QBR, 5 TDs against 2 picks. That is so much better than Lamar’s last 7 games in which he averaged 16 points per game, 220 yards throwing, a QBR of 35, and only 7 TDs against 10 picks. Imagine how well you would have done with Huntley or Johnson playing QB this entire year?

  3. Lamar had his share of struggled physically and mentally this season. I hope the 2 week break served him well in both departments. We’re still in this thing.

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