Baltimore Ravens fans were probable exceptionally astonished on Friday to discover that star quarterback Lamar Jackson didn't rehearse today. Be that as it may, lead trainer John Harbaugh is prepared to reassure they.
Addressing the media on Friday, Harbaugh made sense of that Jackson's nonappearance was essentially the aftereffect of a sickness.
He stated that Jackson will be fit to play in Sunday's down against the Carolina Panthers.Jackson still can't seem to miss a game this season.
He's 6-3 as a starter and has returned pleasantly from last year's relatively dull season.
The Ravens as of now hold the lead in the AFC North and couldn't want anything more than to keep it that way with a success over the Jaguars this end of the week.
Jackson is essentially the wheel that keeps the whole offense turning.On top of being their quarterback,
Lamar Jackson is likewise the Ravens' driving rusher - and has been for quite a while at this point. He's wrecked records for his running,
in a real sense conveying the group on his back to a 43-15 record beginning around 2018.
Jackson is on pace for his third season with more than 1,000 surging yards and is right now averaging an incredible 7.4 yards for every convey.
To say the least, the Ravens can't bear to go even a solitary game without him. Will Jackson be at 100% for Sunday's down against the Carolina Pumas?