Lamar Jackson’s illness is revealing more details.

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More Information about Lamar Jackson’s Illness is becoming available.

Due to illness, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson will be a late scratch for today’s game against the Chicago Bears.

New details about Jackson’s injury are emerging, according to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, which may be cause for concern.

The Ravens’ team doctors appear to be stumped.

COVID-19 and the flu were ruled out, according to the report.

However, it is serious enough to “make him feel terrible” and prevent him from playing today.

Since 2020, Jackson has tested positive for COVID-19 twice, missing one game last year as a result.

His immune system could be compromised at the moment.

But that still doesn’t rule out the possibility of his current illness.

Lamar Jackson is one of the few offensive players in the NFL who has made a significant contribution to his teams.

He also has 639 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns to go along with his 2,447 passing yards and 14 passing touchdowns.

Jackson is a big reason why the Ravens are ranked No. 1 in the NFL.

Right now, the NFL’s No. 2 offense is in place.

And, after scoring just 10 points against the Miami Dolphins last week, the Ravens’ offense could use a boost.

This week, however, it won’t be Jackson who ignites the Ravens’ offense.

Tyler Huntley, a second-year quarterback making his NFL debut today, will be in charge of that duty.

In his NFL career, Huntley has thrown only five passes.

The Ravens will face the Bears at 1 p.m.

EST, and will be broadcast on CBS.

More Information about Lamar Jackson’s Illness is becoming available.

More Details Emerging From Lamar Jackson’s Illness

More Details Emerging From Lamar Jackson’s Illness

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