Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was not at training this Friday. ESPN's Jamison Hensley said it's an "undisclosed nonattendance" for the previous MVP.

Jackson has taken part in Baltimore's past training meetings this week. There weren't any injury concerns heading into this Friday.

It's conceivable Jackson is simply dealing with an individual matter before Sunday's down against the Pumas.

Obviously, a few fans are stressed over Jackson's status for Week 11. Ravens mentor

John Harbaugh ought to address those concerns sometime this evening.

The Ravens are falling off a genuinely necessary bye week. A few individuals from their offense missed their last game because of wounds.

Jackson, in the mean time, has played in each game for the Ravens this season. He has finished 62.3 percent of

 his passes for 1,768 yards with 16 scores and six interferences.

Over the beyond two games, Jackson has worked effectively of lifting the ability around him.

The Ravens will report Jackson's status for Week 11 sometime in the afternoon.