Baltimore Ravens star quarterback Lamar Jackson complained of some hip soreness on Wednesday after his front-flip touchdown celebration against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football. Jackson then missed Thursday’s practice, leading to speculation that the flip caused an injury that could jeopardize his status for this weekend.

However, it turn out Jackson didn’t miss practice because of an injury. The Ravens star actually missed practice with an illness, and he was back out on the field Friday, according to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley.

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This is a major sigh of relief. Baltimore has already dealt with so many injuries this season, and losing Jackson for even just one game because of a fun celebration would have been brutal. The Ravens are playing the 0-2 Detroit Lions in Week 3, but every game counts and it’s important to avoid a letdown.

Baltimore is 1-1 on the season after two thrilling games. After losing a heartbreaker to the Las Vegas Raiders to open the season, Jackson was the hero against the mighty Chiefs in Week 2. The Ravens pulled off an impressive fourth-quarter comeback to secure the win and avoid a dreaded 0-2 start.

Jackson accounted for three total touchdowns on the game, with two of them coming on the ground. That includes his game-winner, which was accompanied by the flip.