John Harbaugh Discusses Lamar Jackson’s Situation

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The Situation With Lamar Jackson Is Addressed By John Harbaugh

John Harbaugh, the Ravens’ head coach, had hoped to have Lamar Jackson available for Sunday’s game against the Bears.

Before kickoff, he spoke with Jay Glazer and told him that the team had “done everything we could” to get Jackson ready to play.

It wasn’t enough, though, as Jackson was forced to retire due to illness.

Jackson’s illness isn’t caused by COVID or the flu, but it’s severe enough to keep him from playing on Sunday.

Due to his illness, he was unable to practice on Wednesday and Thursday, only to return on Friday.

Going into this matchup, Jackson was listed as questionable.

In nine games, Jackson has 2,447 yards through the air with 14 touchdowns and eight interceptions.

Baltimore is in the thick of the AFC North race, so this is a significant loss.

The Ravens are 6-3, one game ahead of the Steelers.

They’re also a game ahead of the 5-4 Cincinnati Bengals.

The Ravens will start Tyler Huntley in their attempt to improve to 7-3.

Marquise Brown, the team’s leading receiver, was downgraded to out on Saturday due to a thigh injury.

CBS is currently broadcasting the game.

The Situation With Lamar Jackson Is Addressed By John Harbaugh

John Harbaugh Addresses The Situation With Lamar Jackson

John Harbaugh Addresses The Situation With Lamar Jackson

John Harbaugh Addresses The Situation With Lamar Jackson

John Harbaugh Addresses The Situation With Lamar Jackson

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