Ravens QB Lamar Jackson Missed Practice On Thursday



Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson missed practice on Thursday for a still-yet unknown illness. Baltimore has fitted its program to Jackson's strengths and skills. For the initially time in a few years, it appears the AFC has parity. However the Baltimore quarterback missed the staff's observe on Thursday.

According to The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec, Jackson's absence was related to an illness.

In Jackson's absence, Robert Griffin III took all first-team reps at quarterback for the media viewing portion of today's practice.

It seems there's no motive to emphasize, nevertheless. There was speculation on social media that Jackson may have gotten sick from his teammate Marshall Yanda, who missed also missed practice due to an illness earlier in the week, but that has neither been confirmed nor denied at this point.

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The 26-year-old was also charged with unlawful possession of a weapon after police also found a gun in his auto . Information on an attorney for the third-year player wasn't immediately available.

That is absolutely a discount for Ravens supporters.

The fact the Bengals are the only team this season to trend in the wrong direction here doesn't speak highly of coordinator Lou Anarumo, nor does it speak highly to the front office's allotment of talent supplied for the defense.

Baltimore at current sits atop the AFC North Division at 6-two. The Ravens ought to carry successful to maintain off Pittsburgh.

Through nine weeks of action, New England enters its week off at 8-1 overall, starting the season off by winning eight straight games while falling for the first time this season in Week 9 against the Baltimore Ravens on the road. He's simply as quite a bit a menace on the ground as he's by the air. He now looks to get healthy for the Ravens' game against the Bengals on Sunday.

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