Lamar Jackson did not train due to illness on Thursday, but his status to face Detroit next Sunday is not in doubt, a source told ESPN.
OWINGS MILLS – The quarterback of the Baltimore Ravens, Lamar Jackson, did not train this Thursday due to illness.
Nevertheless, Jackson It’s “all good” for next Sunday’s game to visit the Detroit Lions, according to a source.
This is the fourth consecutive season in which Jackson has missed one practice due to illness in his four-season career at the NFL. Jackson he has never missed a game through injury. He has been deactivated for two games, not playing in the 2019 season finale after Baltimore had tied the first place in planting the AFC, and missing the duel of Week 12 visiting against the Pittsburgh steelers last season, after testing positive for COVID-19.
The last time that Jackson appeared on the injury report was Week 5 of last season. He was sidelined for the first two practices, then with a knee injury and illness, but returned to training on Friday and played in a 27-3 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Jackson comes from an emotional comeback victory, 36-35, over the Kansas city chiefs The last Sunday. On Wednesday, he admitted to being sore from his rope to celebrate a touchdown, but was not limited in practice, including jumping up to touch the field goal post at one point.
The Most valuable Player unanimous of the NFL in 2019, Jackson is 30-8 since taking over as starting quarterback for Baltimore midway through the 2018 season. On Sunday, he posted his fourth career game with at least 200 passing yards and 100 rushing yards, the most in league history. NFL.