Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson returned to the field on Friday after missing two straight practices this week.
Jackson is listed on the week’s injury report as having “a little back flare up,” according to the Ravens. Despite the fact that he did not practice on Wednesday or Thursday, the injury appears to be minor.
The star quarterback’s well-deserved break was most likely precautionary. According to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley , offensive coordinator Greg Roman said on Thursday, “I don’t think it’s anything serious.” “But we’ll just have to wait and see,” says the narrator. I believe he will be in good shape. We’ll have to wait and see. ”
The Ravens, like the rest of the NFL, are thrilled to have Jackson back in the lineup.
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 1, 2021
Lamar Jackson moved around well Friday, his first practice after missing two days with a back injury pic.twitter.com/a9Fd9wKauI
— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) October 1, 2021
He deserved them days off for carrying the team.. he’s him ! https://t.co/0VKC7HrOXM
— 🥷🏼🌪 (@Skiiiwalker369) October 1, 2021
[wpcc-script async src=” https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js ” Jackson has 761 yards and three touchdowns through the air and 251 yards and two touchdowns on the ground through three games this season. The electric dual-threat weapon currently leads the NFL in both yards per pass attempt (14..) and yards per attempt (14..) 4) and 7.0 yards per rush attempt
On Sunday, Jackson will square off against Teddy Bridgewater, a fellow Louisville quarterback. At 4:25 p.m., the Ravens will face the undefeated Broncos in Mile High Stadium. Nokia News