Lamar Jackson
Ht: 6' 2" Wt: 230 Age: 26 Exp: 5 years College: Louisville Drafted: 2018 R1 32
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Position Rank: 3rd
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Week 22
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Week 22
Posted: 1/22/2023 4:05 pm GMT
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is expected to have a great deal of input in the team's selection of a new offensive coordinator, according to head coach John Harbaugh.
Huddle Up: This appears to be another signal that the Ravens are committed to Jackson as their starting quarterback for the long term. Baltimore is expected to resume talks on a contract extension with Jackson soon and if they are unable to finalize a deal, they will likely use the franchise tag on him. Fantasy owners should view him as an upper-middle QB1 option again next season.
Posted: 1/19/2023 9:02 pm GMT
The Baltimore Ravens and QB Lamar Jackson will resume contract talks now that the season is over, and the team will use the franchise tag on him if no deal can be reached.
Huddle Up: Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta and head coach John Harbaugh went all-in on Jackson during their end-of-season press conference, stating their full intent to keep him in Baltimore. However, Jackson wants a boatload of guaranteed money, and the Ravens weren't willing to give it to him last time around, although they did come through with a sizeable offer. If Jackson's stance hasn't changed, this could get very interesting, as Jackson is highly unlikely to play on the franchise tag. Regardless of where Jackson ends up in 2023, he'll remain one of the very best assets in fantasy football thanks to his elite running ability, but a situation with better pass-catchers could elevate him even more.
Posted: 1/14/2023 2:23 pm GMT
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (knee) is still expected to negotiate a long-term contract in the offseason as the team's stance on him hasn't changed despite his recent knee injury. The team is expected to place the franchise tag on him if they don't reach terms.
Huddle Up: Jackson will be an upper-middle QB1 in fantasy again next season. He's a boom-or-bust candidate because he has now played in 12 games each of the last two years.
Posted: 1/13/2023 8:15 pm GMT
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (knee) did not practice all week and was ruled out for the Wild Card Round on Friday, Jan. 13.
Huddle Up: Jackson took to social media on Thursday to give an update on his PCL Grade 2 strain, which he says still has inflammation and is unstable, thus yet another absence. Tyler Huntley (shoulder, wrist) is questionable but did manage to practice in full on Friday and is likely to play. He isn't a suggested DFS option, though.
Posted: 1/13/2023 8:10 pm GMT
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (knee), CB Brandon Stephens (illness) and WR Tylan Wallace (hamstring) did not practice on Friday, Jan. 13, and have been ruled out for the Wild Card Round. Also, CB Marcus Peters (calf, rest), LB Jason Pierre-Paul (rest) and OT Ronnie Stanley (rest) did not practice but were removed from the injury report, RB Gus Edwards (concussion) and LS Nick Moore (illness) practiced in full and carry no designation, and QB Tyler Huntley (shoulder, wrist) was a full participant but is questionable.
Posted: 1/12/2023 11:40 pm GMT
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (knee) said he is recovering from a grade 2 posterior cruciate ligament sprain in his knee and that his knee is still unstable at this point.
Huddle Up: It looks like Jackson will miss at least the Wild Card playoff game and possibly more time if the Ravens are able to advance in the playoffs. Fantasy players can keep an eye on the situation to see if Jackson will be able to play again this season. Tyler Huntley is in line to start this week but can be avoided in leagues.
Posted: 1/12/2023 9:41 pm GMT
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (knee), C Trystan Colon-Castillo (illness), CB Brandon Stephens (illness) and LS Nick Moore (illness) did not practice on Thursday, Jan. 12. In addition, RB Gus Edwards (concussion), QB Tyler Huntley (shoulder, wrist) and WR Tylan Wallace (hamstring) were limited, and CB Marlon Humphrey (shoulder) and CB Marcus Peters (calf) practiced in full.
Posted: 1/12/2023 9:41 pm GMT
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (knee) is not expected to play in the wild card game after missing practice yet again on Thursday, Jan. 12.
Huddle Up: Jackson has now missed 17 practices in a row and is set to sit once again. Tyler Huntley (shoulder, wrist) resumed throwing on Thursday and is on track to start in Jackson's place. He isn't a suggested DFS option, though.
Posted: 1/12/2023 7:10 pm GMT
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (knee) missed his 17th consecutive practice Thursday, Jan. 12.
Huddle Up: There is almost no chance Jackson will play this weekend. Then again, this shouldn't be a surprise to anyone that has been following this story. Tyler Huntley (shoulder) appears to be making some progress this week, so there is a chance he will get the nod again against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday night. If not, it will be Anthony Brown. Either way, it should be good news for anyone relying on the Bengals D/ST.
Posted: 1/11/2023 7:14 pm GMT
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (knee) did not take part in practice once again on Wednesday, Jan. 11.
Huddle Up: Jackson has not practiced since his injury, and a recent report suggests he has an uphill battle to play in the playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals, so he's looking likely to sit. Tyler Huntley (shoulder) is next in line to start, but he's also banged-up and uncertain to play. Anthony Brown would get the nod if Huntley can't play, but neither backup is a suggested DFS option.
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