Lamar Jackson leaves practice early with quadriceps injury

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Lamar Jackson did not finish practice Wednesday, leaving with a quadriceps injury. The Ravens list him as a limited participant.

Per Jamison Hensley of ESPN, a team spokesman said Jackson left to get treatment and would not speak to reporters Wednesday, which is the quarterback’s weekly interview day. Jackson has not talked to reporters since his vulgar response to a social media critic, which he later deleted.

The Ravens have had Jackson on their practice report three consecutive weeks now. He went on the practice report two weeks ago with an illness that kept him out a day, and last week he was sidelined for one day with a hip injury.

Jackson has missed only four games in five seasons because of injury, sitting out the end of last season after hurting an ankle.

The Ravens were without tight end Nick Boyle (illness), defensive end Calais Campbell (rest), offensive tackle Daniel Faalele (illness), outside linebacker Justin Houston (rest), cornerback Marlon Humphrey (ankle), offensive tackle Patrick Mekari (illness) and cornerback Marcus Peters (rest).

Safety Kyle Hamilton (knee), tight end Isaiah Likely (ankle) and left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle) were limited.

23 responses to “Lamar Jackson leaves practice early with quadriceps injury

  1. He really needs to hire an agent … and a personal coach to teach him how to behave as a leader.

  2. And it just happened to get him out of his media availability. They are hoping it blows over. Sounds like it will, but if Harbaugh didn’t rip him a new one, it’s a problem.

  3. riverhorsey says:
    November 30, 2022 at 8:33 pm
    This Jackson’s last year in Baltimore

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    I think that’s what Jackson is hoping for. Probably tired of carrying this trash team.

  4. Why do people keep dismissing him as a “running back”? Are they that out of touch with the NFL being big on dual threat QBs these days? His career stats are 104 TDs, 43 INTs, and around 13k yards through the air. Show me an actual running back with passing numbers like that. I won’t hold my breath.

  5. It’s no problem. It’s not like he’s a running back. He’ll just pass the ball from the pock- . . oh, wait.

  6. Remember when everyone thought he was an unstoppable force who would get better to the Nth Degree in regards to his passing game and force everyone to rethink how they played the game on offense and defense ?

    That feels like a million years ago now , yes he’s talented and against specific defenses can make you think you’re watching Superman but it’s also all to common to see this guy play like he’s Clark Kent… he regresses at the wrong time ( playoffs ) …. His style of play will catch up to him rather quickly and he’ll slow down , once that happens he’ll be average on his best days and putrid as all hell on his worst

    Whoever signs this guy to a huge contract will regret it after a couple
    Of seasons .

  7. It’s the beginning of the end … when his legs go, he’s done. Because that arm sure won’t beat you.

  8. This is like Packers defensive players walking around after the end of the play, realizing the Eagles are going hurry up, and then falling down to get a free time out.

    Not technically illegal but not believable while taking advantage of an unsportsmanlike loophole.

    This is all about not having to talk to the press after his twitter debacle so he manufactured an excuse, with the help of the team, to not have to answer questions about it.

  9. LJ gets way too much blame when the Ravens are not doing well. If you look at the Jacksonville game, and most certainly the Miami game, those two losses fall squarely on the defense. I’m sorry. But when you score 27 points and 38 points respectively you should win. If the defense was holding up its end this team could easily be 9-2 and, with the soft remaining schedule, could be the number 1 seed in the AFC.

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