Ravens’ Lamar Jackson ‘moved around well’ during Tuesday’s practice
Head coach John Harbaugh admitted that Jackson was a little banged up from the 24-17 win over the Bills. According to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley, he practiced in limited fashion with a quad injury:
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (quad injury) moved around well during Tuesday’s walkthrough. In taking snaps, he looked fine in his drop backs. This is a change from Monday, when Jackson walked gingerly entering the fieldhouse.
The fact that Jackson was able to log in some practice time is certainly an encouraging sign that the injury does not appear to be too severe. Regardless, it is safe to assume that Baltimore will look to take a cautious approach with his recovery for the rest of the 2019 NFL season to ensure that it does not become an issue in the playoffs.
Jackson has clearly established himself as the frontrunner for MVP with one of the greatest seasons in NFL history for a quarterback. He has solidified this notion by beating the best teams in the league such as the San Francisco 49ers, New England Patriots, and Seattle Seahawks en route to a nine-game winning streak for the Ravens.
The last thing Baltimore needs is for Jackson to suffer any setbacks in these final three games before the playoffs roll around. He will not have much time to recover as they get set to host the New York Jets on a short week.