Lamar Jackson practicing Thursday after early exit Wednesday

NFL: NOV 27 Ravens at Jaguars
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Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has been on the team’s injury report for various reasons in recent weeks and a quad injury is to blame for his presence on this week’s list.

Jackson had to make an early departure from Wednesday’s session in order to get treatment on his quad. Reporters at the open portion of Thursday’s practice noted that Jackson did not take the field for the first 15 minutes of work, but that he then joined the rest of the team in drills.

An illness and a hip injury have also led to Jackson missing practice time, but Jackson has not missed any game action as a result of any of the issues.

His presence at practice Thursday suggests the quad won’t keep him out against the Broncos and Friday’s injury report will bring any injury designation that Jackson will carry into the weekend.

10 responses to “Lamar Jackson practicing Thursday after early exit Wednesday

  1. Everyone in Baltimore is feeling better, just on the “hopes alone” that Greg Roman might be leaving the team.

  2. In unrelated news, mandatory media press conferences are held every Wednesdays. Looks like his passes aren’t the only thing that gets deflected at M&T Bank Stadium.

  3. His quad is fine. He just wanted out the of the Wednesday press conference so he didn’t get asked about his stupid tweet

  4. His excuse for skipping the mandatory press conference (where he didn’t want to talk about his twitter vulgarities) was about as legit as the Packers defenders walking around after a play before falling down and requiring attention before the Eagles could snap the ball.

  5. For crying out loud people. Enough of this Lamar hating already. Like you never did ANYTHING you wish you could take back.

  6. Smart move. Why go through the mind numbing stupid questions from the media that’s just trying to stir stuff up? Ignore them as much as possible cause they just don’t matter in any way.

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