Baltimore Sun reporter Jonas Shaffer has reported that Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was not a participant at practice today.
Jackson, 24, told the media on Wednesday that his hip was ailing due to his flip into the endzone against the Chiefs on Sunday night. Jackson’s health will be one to monitor, as the Ravens are a healthy 7.5-point favorite against the Lions on Sunday, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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Despite the hip pain, Jackson said he would still do it again in the future. It’s safe to say head coach John Harbaugh would disagree, as the team has been ravaged with injuries this season. Baltimore is on its fourth starting running back, Ty’Son Williams, after J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards and Justice Hill all suffered season-ending injuries.
Jackson is coming off a performance that saw him become the first player in NFL history to throw for 200+ yards, rush for 100+ yards and rush for two touchdowns in a single game.