Lamar Jackson

QB · Baltimore Ravens

Height 6'2" Weight 212
DOB 1997-01-07 Age 26.2
College Louisville
2023 Fantasy Rankings

Overall # 55 · QB # 4 (Tier 2) · ADP (12-team PPR): 5.04, 55th

Position Rankings

RankNameByeAgeADP1PPG2Comment
Tier 1
2Justin Herbert, LAC825.03.0925.6
Tier 2
3Patrick Mahomes, KC827.54.0225.1
4Lamar Jackson, BAL1026.25.0423.7
5Joe Burrow, CIN1026.34.0823.5
6Russell Wilson, DEN934.36.1220.0
1 Fantasy Football Calculator (12-team PPR)
2 2021 season, PPR scoring

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Lamar Jackson Ready To Move On From Ravens?

    Baltimore Ravens franchise-tagged quarterback Lamar Jackson is free to speak with other teams, and a representative for Jackson has contacted more than one team in an effort to spark negotiations aimed at a possible offer sheet, according to multiple sources. Jackson reportedly doesn't want a fully guaranteed contract, although he would still like up to $200 million or more in guarantees. One source said Jackson's representative is telling other teams that he is ready to move on from the Ravens. There haven't been any teams that have publicly stated their interest in signing Jackson away from Baltimore, and if a team chooses to do so, they'll have to give up two first-round picks.

    Mar 21 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Colts In The Mix For Lamar Jackson?

    The Indianapolis Colts reportedly aren't one of the teams that don't have any interest in negotiating with Baltimore Ravens franchise-tagged quarterback Lamar Jackson. Because he's on the non-exclusive franchise tag, he can negotiate a contract with other teams. The 26-year-old could be a good fit for the Colts, who haven't had a QB start back-to-back season openers since Andrew Luck in 2015-16. Indy hasn't ruled out having discussions with Jackson, who is reportedly looking for a fully guaranteed deal as his own agent. Team sources have expressed skepticism about the Colts actually pursuing Jackson. In order to land Jackson and sign him to a long-term deal, the Colts would have to do some salary cap maneuvering. They just signed Gardner Minshew last weekend, but Jackson would become the clear starter if the Colts were able to pry him away from Baltimore.

    Mar 20 · Source via Ravens Colts Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Involved In Free-Agent QB Market

    The Baltimore Ravens, who face uncertainty around quarterback Lamar Jackson's future, have been involved in the free-agent QB market and looked into options such as Baker Mayfield and Jacoby Brissett before they signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Washington Commanders, respectively, according to league sources. The Ravens appear to be looking for flexibility. The are also likely to retain restricted free-agent QB Tyler Huntley as insurance under center in case they let Jackson sign with another team on the non-exclusive franchise tag. Once Aaron Rodgers' future is decided, Jackson's situation will be the most followed NFL storyline this offseason. The two sides will have until July to work out a long-term contract extension.

    Mar 15 · Source via Ravens Tyler Huntley Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Turned Down $133 Million In Guarantees

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson tweeted that he turned down a three-year, $133 million fully guaranteed offer from the Ravens. Instead, the Ravens placed the $32.4 million non-exclusive franchise tag on the dual-threat quarterback, and they'll have until this summer to work something out long term. Jackson is operating as his own agent, and interested teams will be able to make him offers in free agency this week. Baltimore will have the right to match any offer sheet that the 26-year-old may sign with an organization, or they could accept two first-round picks as compensation for letting Jackson leave. Once Aaron Rodgers' future is decided, Jackson will be the NFL's biggest offseason storyline.

    Mar 14 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Not An Option For Commanders

    Washington Commanders head coach Ron Rivera said that the team isn't seeking another quarterback whose status or salary would automatically top Sam Howell's. Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson, who received the non-exclusive franchise tag on Tuesday, is not coming to the Commanders. Jacoby Brissett and Andy Dalton are more realistic for Washington, with either likely competing with Howell this summer. Gardner Minshew, Teddy Bridgewater and Taylor Heinicke could work as bridge QBs. However, many wonder whether Heinicke would want to return after being benched for Carson Wentz late last year. There have been reports that talks of re-signing Heinicke have increased, and it would be his best shot at becoming the starter in D.C. because of Howell's lack of experience.

    Mar 9 · Source via Ravens Commanders Lamar Jackson
  • Panthers, Commanders, Dolphins Unlikely To Pursue Lamar Jackson

    The Ravens ended one of the least suspenseful (but highest-profile) tag sagas Tuesday, cuffing Lamar Jackson amid a third offseason of negotiations with the former MVP. That will turn attention to what teams are out there for Jackson. So far, teams with quarterback needs are standing down. There stands to be interest in Jackson, though […]

    Mar 7 · Pro Football Rumors Panthers Commanders Ravens Dolphins Lamar Jackson
  • Dolphins Won't Pursue Lamar Jackson Or Another QB

    The Miami Dolphins will not be pursuing Baltimore Ravens franchise-tagged quarterback Lamar Jackson or any other starting QBs this offseason, according to multiple team sources. "Mike fully believes Tua Tagovailoa is the perfect fit for his system," according to a source. There was another recent rumor that the Dolphins might be trying to pull Tom Brady out of retirement for a second straight season in order to play for them, but the Dolphins continue to stand by the injury-prone Tagovailoa despite the fact that he hasn't played more than 13 games in any of his first three NFL seasons. The 25-year-old former fifth overall pick in 2020 had two documented concussions in 2022, but when he was healthy, he had the best season of his young career. Tagovailoa will be an injury risk as a low-end QB1/high-end QB2 in 2023.

    Mar 7 · Source via Ravens Dolphins Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Gets Non-Exclusive Tag

    According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Ravens have placed the franchise tag on quarterback Lamar Jackson. It's a non-exclusive tag, so the signal-caller will earn around $32 million. However, it opens the door for another team to swoop in and sign him, although Baltimore would have the right to match any potential offer. Jackson, who has been searching for a big-money deal for years, finished the 2022-23 campaign by throwing for 2,242 yards, 17 touchdowns, and seven interceptions. He also ran for 764 yards, the second-lowest mark of his career, while finding the end zone three times on the run. But the former MVP also battled a knee injury, costing him six combined games during the regular season and playoffs. Nevertheless, there will be plenty more to this situation moving ahead, but Jackson's fantasy outlook is contingent on where he'll be suiting up this year.

    Mar 7 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Expected To Be Franchise Tagged

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is likely to get the franchise tag ahead of Tuesday's deadline. The two sides have been discussing an extension for roughly two years and still haven't come to terms on a deal. The 26-year-old quarterback is seeking more than the $230 million that Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson received. At this point, the expectation is that the Ravens are going to place a non-exclusive franchise tag on Jackson. That means, he'll be allowed to discuss potential contracts with other organizations. The Ravens would have the option to match any potential deal or lose him in exchange for two first-round draft picks. The dual-threat quarterback is one of the best in the league, but it remains to be seen what other organizations are willing to pay him.

    Mar 6 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Strongly Considering Non-Exclusive Tag For QB Lamar Jackson

    Last month, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reported that there is a very real possibility that the Ravens use the non-exclusive franchise tag on quarterback Lamar Jackson. Today, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports that Baltimore has strongly considered that option, and several rival executives believe it makes the most sense for the club (subscription required). The […]

    Mar 5 · Pro Football Rumors Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Still Optimistic About Extending Lamar Jackson

    Baltimore Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta said that he "continues to be optimistic" regarding a long-term contract extension for quarterback Lamar Jackson. The Ravens and Jackson continue to be involved in a standoff, and it's been reported that Jackson wants more than the $230 million guaranteed that the Cleveland Browns gave quarterback Deshaun Watson last year. The most likely outcome is that the Ravens use the franchise tag on Jackson to buy them a little more time to reach an agreement on a long-term extension, but that won't rule out another team making him offers or trading for him this offseason. The 26-year-old is going to get paid eventually, it's just a matter of whether it comes in Baltimore or elsewhere. He's also one of the best dual-threat QBs in the game, but injuries have taken a toll on him the last two seasons.

    Mar 1 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Wants A Fully Guaranteed Deal

    Baltimore Ravens impending free-agent quarterback Lamar Jackson wants a fully guaranteed deal in line with the five-year, $230 million contract the Cleveland Browns gave quarterback Deshaun Watson in March of last year. The Ravens, though, are balking at guaranteeing the full amount, according to team sources. Jackson turned down a five-year, $250 million contract in September that included $133 million guaranteed. All of his counteroffers to Baltimore in 2022 were for fully guaranteed contracts that exceeded that of Watson, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. Jackson doesn't have an agent, but ESPN's Dianna Russini reports that the NFL Players Association is helping represent him. If there is no compromise between the two sides, the possibility of the Ravens trading Jackson this offseason is more likely.

    Feb 23 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Todd Monken Expected To Have Versatile Offensive Scheme

    New Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Todd Monken is expected to run a very versatile offense in his first year in 2023. He brings a big body of experience and versatility that is more adaptable to the Ravens' personnel and identity. He rain an "Air Raid" deep passing attack in his days at Oklahoma State and also oversaw a pass-heavy attack when he ran the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' offense in 2018, when they led the NFL in passing yards. But Monken used more heavy tight-end centric formations with many run-pass options and play action at Georgia. He's expected to make the Ravens' offense more balanced and multi-dimensional, which would be great news for quarterback Lamar Jackson if he sticks around. Given Baltimore's current personnel, it makes more sense for his offense to look more like Georgia's the last two years than what he ran in Tampa Bay.

    Feb 21 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Jets To Consider Trading For Lamar Jackson?

    NBC Sports' Peter King said on the Rich Eisen Show that there's a chance that the New York Jets consider trading for Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson this offseason. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers may be New York's No. 1 target if he decides to keep playing and wants to be traded, but the Jets could also consider Jackson if Rodgers retires or wants to stay in Green Bay. If the Ravens place the franchise tag on Jackson, the Jets could still attempt to sign him while giving up two first-round picks. Jackson and the Ravens are apparently $100 million apart on a long-term contract extension, so there's no guarantee he'll remain with the team in 2023 on the franchise tag or long-term deal after missing plenty of time the last two years late in the season due to injuries.

    Feb 16 · Source via Ravens Jets Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Tag-And-Trade Still Possible?

    FEBRUARY 12: In a live discussion of the below report, Rapoport suggests there is a very real possibility that the Ravens deploy the non-exclusive tag and allow another club to do their negotiating for them before ultimately matching an offer sheet (video link). Obviously, such a maneuver would create the risk of another team offering […]

    Feb 12 · Pro Football Rumors Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Could Be Traded

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is set to be a free agent this summer. That being said, the Ravens are expected to place the franchise tag on Jackson. The two sides continue to work on an extension, but there are still hurdles to clear. It sounds like Jackson wants a deal in the range of the Deshaun Watson extension that was $230 million. That might be too much for the Ravens to give the 26-year-old quarterback. Possibly, the organization uses the franchise tag on Jackson and seeks a trade partner over the offseason. There would certainly be plenty of suitors for the dynamic quarterback if he became available.

    Feb 11 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Likely To Use Exclusive Franchise Tag On Lamar Jackson

    Ravens GM Eric DeCosta said last month he has gone back and forth on the exclusive-or-nonexclusive decision regarding Lamar Jackson‘s imminent franchise tag. A month from the March tag deadline, the sense is the Ravens will be the rare team to unholster the exclusive tag. The Ravens should be expected use the exclusive tag, Ian […]

    Feb 8 · Pro Football Rumors Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Dave Canales A Finalist For Ravens OC Position

    Seattle Seahawks quarterbacks coach Dave Canales will receive a second interview for the Baltimore Ravens' offensive coordinator position, according to a source. Canales has emerged as front-runner to replace Greg Roman as Baltimore's offensive coordinator in 2023. The 41-year-old was instrumental in Geno Smith's Pro Bowl campaign in 2022 with Seattle. With quarterback Lamar Jackson likely to get the franchise tag this year, Canales would have the pleasure of working with one of the best dual-threat QBs in the NFL. Canales has never been an offensive coordinator beyond the high school level, though, working mostly as a receivers coach, a position he held in his first seven seasons with the Seahawks. He is the longest-tenured assistant on head coach Pete Carroll's staff and has been with Seattle for 13 seasons.

    Jan 31 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson coach carousel
  • Lamar Jackson Likely To Be Franchise Tagged

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is expected to receive the exclusive franchise tag from the organization. The former first round pick is set to be a free agent this summer, but that likely won't happen. The sense around the league is that the Ravens will tag Jackson and keep him around for at least one more season. The two sides couldn't agree on an extension earlier in the year, but a franchise tag gives the two of them more time to work out a deal. It seems unlikely that Baltimore is going to let Jackson leave without getting something in return for him.

    Jan 31 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Offered Lamar Jackson $133 Million Guaranteed

    The Baltimore Ravens offered quarterback Lamar Jackson $113 million in guarantees initially before eventually raising their offer to $133 million, according to a source. For comparison, one of the last big-money deals a quarterback signed was Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson with $230 million fully guaranteed. Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray recently received $189.5 million guaranteed. At their season-ending press conference this week, both general manager Eric DeCosta and head coach John Harbaugh said they are all in on Jackson going forward, and the organization is excited about talking long-term extension this offseason. Jackson is an elite ball-carrier at the position, but there continue to be questions about his accuracy and ability to stay healthy after missing the final month of the season with a knee sprain.

    Jan 22 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Expect Lamar Jackson To Stay In 2023; QB To Have Input In OC Search

    While this offseason presents the third round of Ravens-Lamar Jackson negotiations, key variables are part of the 2023 equation. Jackson is due for free agency (well, the franchise tag) in March, and the Ravens now have an offensive coordinator vacancy. Greg Roman‘s departure will lead to Jackson, his status as a free agent-to-be notwithstanding, having […]

    Jan 19 · Pro Football Rumors Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Not Going Anywhere

    Updating a previous report, the Baltimore Ravens made it very clear at their season-ending press conference on Thursday that quarterback Lamar Jackson, who will become a free agent in March, isn't going anywhere. The Ravens are excited to resume contract negotiations with Jackson this offseason, but if they can't work something out, they will absolutely slap the franchise tag on him for 2023. Head coach John Harbaugh said, "Lamar Jackson is our quarterback" and also said Jackson will have input on who the next offensive coordinator will be after Baltimore parted ways with Greg Roman. Jackson probably isn't too thrilled that the Ravens haven't given him an extension to this point, but that could be settled this offseason. Despite suffering a PCL sprain on Dec. 4 that caused him to miss the rest of the season, Jackson will be back in Baltimore in 2023 and will be a high-end QB1 target in fantasy.

    Jan 19 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Excited For Negotiations With Lamar Jackson

    Baltimore Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta said that the team is "excited to start up negotiations with Lamar Jackson" this offseason. Head coach John Harbaugh said that Jackson will be involved in the search for a new offensive coordinator, but it remains to be seen if Jackson will be in Baltimore long term. The Ravens will either sign Jackson to a long-term extension, franchise tag him for 2023 or trade him. "Having talked to Lamar and people inside that organization, what I'm saying is the relationship is salvageable," said NFL analyst Robert Griffin III. The 26-year-old suffered a sprained PCL in Week 13 and was held out for the rest of the season, likely to protect him from further injury was contract negotiations looming. Despite a second straight year with a late-season injury, Jackson will remain a high-end QB1 target in fantasy in 2023 if he remains in Baltimore.

    Jan 19 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Part Ways With Offensive Coordinator Greg Roman

    The Baltimore Ravens announced on Thursday that they are parting ways with offensive coordinator Greg Roman after their season came to an end on Sunday night with a wild-card loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Roman had one year left on his deal, but he has stepped down amid fan outrage and player frustration in a declining offense. He produced the league's most prolific offense around quarterback Lamar Jackson in 2019, but Roman didn't come close to replicating that offense in the last three years. Baltimore's scoring had decreased in each of Roman's four seasons as the play-caller, from an NFL-best 33.2 points per game in 2019 to 20.6 points per game in 2022 (19th). Putting together a solid passing attack eluded him, but it didn't help that Jackson was injured late in each of the last two seasons.

    Jan 19 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson coach carousel
  • Teams Expect Ravens QB Lamar Jackson To Be Available

    Following a prolonged injury absence (and a curious no-show during Baltimore’s playoff loss), many have questioned if Lamar Jackson has played his final snap for the Ravens. Many NFL GMs are asking the same question, and some executives have surmised that the quarterback is indeed available. “Rival teams perceive Jackson to be available,” executives told […]

    Jan 18 · Pro Football Rumors Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Latest On Ravens, Lamar Jackson

    The Ravens’ season came to an end last night, but there remains a major storyline which is likely to surround the franchise well into the offseason. Quarterback Lamar Jackson was absent from the game against the Bengals, and his latest comments on his contract status have added further to the speculation regarding his future. The 26-year-old suffered […]

    Jan 16 · Pro Football Rumors Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Still "All In" On Lamar Jackson Extension

    Despite growing frustration in Baltimore surrounding Lamar Jackson‘s PCL injury, the Ravens are still interested in a long-term pact with their franchise quarterback. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports that the organization’s stance on their quarterback hasn’t changed, and whenever the season ends, the front office plans to “begin negotiating with Jackson with hopes of striking […]

    Jan 14 · Pro Football Rumors Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Still Hope To Retain Lamar Jackson Long-Term

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) has not played since Week 14 and has already been ruled out for Sunday's Wild-Card matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. Although it seems unlikely that Jackson will see the field again this season, the Ravens reportedly still view the 26-year-old as their franchise signal-caller and intend to negotiate a long-term deal with him this offseason. If the two sides are unable to agree on a contract, Baltimore would be expected to franchise tag Jackson next season. His value to the team is clear as Jackson was voted as the league's MVP in 2019 and holds a 45-16 regular season record as a starter.

    Jan 14 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Officially Out Versus Bengals

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) has officially been ruled out for the Wild Card game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Jackson missed each of the Ravens' final five games and despite speculation that he'd return in the playoffs, he won't suit up in the opening round. Tyler Huntley (shoulder/wrist) was a full participant in practice Friday but was listed as questionable. It's not safe to assume Huntley will definitely play, but there is a good chance. If Huntley can't go, Anthony Brown will make his second straight start. With Jackson out, continue to downgrade the outlooks of all Ravens' running backs and pass-catchers.

    Jan 13 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Sits Out Of Thursday's Practice

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) remained sidelined during Thursday's practice. At this point, there is a good chance that Jackson misses Sunday's Wild-Card game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The 23-year-old took to social media to say that he's still dealing with inflammation in his knee. He mentioned that he wishes he could give 100% of himself, but can't right now. That being said, Jackson basically ruled himself out of this contest. Tyler Huntley (shoulder) was able to throw during practice on Thursday. Possibly, Huntley is able to suit up Sunday versus Cincinnati. Otherwise, Anthony Brown would be asked to make the start under center this weekend.

    Jan 12 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Still Out, Tyler Huntley Makes Progress

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) missed another practice on Thursday, while backup Tyler Huntley (shoulder, wrist) was seen throwing in the portion of practice open to the media. Huntley was listed as limited on Wednesday but didn't throw at all, so this represents progress for him ahead of the wild-card matchup on Sunday night against the Cincinnati Bengals. Jackson hasn't practiced or played since suffering a PCL sprain on Dec. 4, so he's a long shot to play this weekend. Huntley was rested in the Week 18 regular season finale, but the Ravens are hoping he can start under center against Cincy. If Huntley cannot go, rookie Anthony Brown would be forced into another start, which isn't ideal for Baltimore's already struggling offense.

    Jan 12 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Still No Lamar Jackson At Wednesday's Practice

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) remained sidelined at practice on Wednesday, while backup Tyler Huntley (shoulder) was mostly going through the motions in warmups and didn't attempt a pass. Rookie Anthony Brown saw most of the repetitions like he did last week. Jackson hasn't played or practiced since spraining the PCL in his left knee on Dec. 4, and he's facing an uphill battle to play against the Cincinnati Bengals in the wild-card game this Sunday night. Huntley, who sat out the Week 18 regular season finale, could also be in danger of missing this weekend's game while battling a sprained right shoulder. It will be hard to get excited for any of the Ravens offensive skill players in fantasy if Brown is forced to make another start.

    Jan 11 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Facing Uphill Battle To Play This Weekend

    It's not looking good for Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson's (knee) chances of playing on wild-card weekend this Sunday night against the Cincinnati Bengals, according to sources. Jackson is fighting an uphill battle to play and has missed the last five games after spraining his left PCL on Dec. 4. He has tried to do some work on his injured knee but just hasn't felt right to this point. Jackson has not practiced at all since getting hurt over a month ago, so even if he were to return against Cincy this weekend, there's a good chance he'd let fantasy managers down. Backup Tyler Huntley (shoulder, wrist) sat out the Week 18 regular season finale to get additional rest, but he'll be the likely starter on Sunday if Jackson is officially ruled out.

    Jan 11 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson's Availability Up In The Air

    When asked about Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson's (knee) availability for the playoffs, head coach John Harbaugh said, "I don't really have an update right now to share with you." An unnamed player said that even if Jackson gets back on the field for the playoffs -- Baltimore plays at the Cincinnati Bengals this Sunday in the wild-card round -- he's unlikely to be the normal Lamar Jackson in terms of his physical abilities while battling a Grade 2 PCL sprain. The 26-year-old QB hasn't played since getting hurt in Week 13, and given the long layoff, it's unrealistic to expect him to come back in right away and flourish if he's active this weekend. Backup Tyler Huntley (shoulder) took the Week 18 regular season finale off, but he's expected to get the start this weekend if Jackson is ruled out.

    Jan 10 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Likely To Play In Postseason

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) has already been ruled out for Sunday's Week 18 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. The 26-year-old has not practiced in a month and continues to have swelling in his knee. Despite that, the Ravens believe there is a strong chance that Jackson starts during their wild-card game next weekend. This seems shocking considering Jackson hasn't been on the field in quite some time, but is great news for the Ravens offense. We'll have to wait and see how Jackson feels during the next week before the Ravens make a final decision.

    Jan 7 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Ruled Out Against Bengals

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) is slated to miss his fifth straight game as he's officially been ruled out for the contest against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Ravens have already clinched a playoff berth, so they're likely just resting Jackson one more week to be ready for the postseason. Tyler Huntley will draw his fifth start of the season if he can play (didn't throw in practice this week), but he's a weak quarterback DFS play against a strong Bengals defense. Huntley has posted just three touchdowns in five games he's appeared in, so there are simply better DFS bargains this week.

    Jan 6 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Misses 14th Straight Practice

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) was absent for his 14th straight practice on Thursday. Meanwhile, Tyler Huntley (shoulder, wrist) didn't throw during the portion of practice open to the media. Huntley is likely to be listed as limited for the second straight day. Because the division-rival Cincinnati Bengals aren't going to finish their Week 17 game against the Buffalo Bills, it would mean that the Ravens have no shot at winning the AFC North division by beating Cincy in the Week 18 regular season finale. Therefore, it's highly unlikely that we'll see Jackson return this weekend, and his availability for the playoffs at this point is also in question. Huntley is trending toward making his fifth straight start. He has very limited upside as a low-end QB2 in a non-existent passing attack.

    Jan 5 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Remains Absent From Practice

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) initially suffered a PCL sprain on Dec. 4 against the Denver Broncos, and a month later on Wednesday, Jan. 4, he's still missing from practice. Baltimore is in a unique situation for the Week 18 regular season finale against the division-rival Cincinnati Bengals. If the Bengals don't finish their postponed Monday night game against the Buffalo Bills, the Bengals will clinch the NFC North division, making Sunday's tilt mostly meaningless for Baltimore. In that case, it would make sense to rest Jackson for another week heading into the playoffs, unless the team wants to get him some work in after such a long layoff. As of right now, the 25-year-old looks set to miss yet another game, with backup Tyler Huntley getting another start in the Ravens' lackluster passing attack.

    Jan 4 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Don't Know If Lamar Jackson Will Practice This Week

    The Baltimore Ravens don't know whether quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) will be ready to play in the Week 18 regular season finale against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, which could be for the AFC North title. Jackson has been out four straight games due to a PCL sprain on Dec. 4 against the Denver Broncos, and head coach John Harbaugh said he's unsure if Jackson will return to practice this week. Harbaugh wouldn't answer if Jackson's status for the playoffs would be in jeopardy if he doesn't practice this week. Even if he doesn't play in Week 18, the Ravens would like to see Jackson return to practice this week. Backup Tyler Huntley has struggled to move the offense consistently in Jackson's absence, but he also has very little to work with outside of tight end Mark Andrews in the passing attack. Fantasy managers still playing for a championship shouldn't expect Jackson to return this weekend.

    Jan 2 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens Won't Rush Lamar Jackson Back

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) won't be rushed back as he recovers from a PCL sprain. So far, Jackson has missed parts of four games and doesn't have an exact timetable for his return. Fortunately for the Ravens, they have already secured a playoff berth, so they can afford to be cautious with Jackson. In the meantime, Tyler Huntley will continue to start under center, ranking as a QB2 in fantasy football.

    Jan 1 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Officially Out Against Steelers

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) has officially been ruled out for the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football, marking his fourth straight contest out of action. Tyler Huntley will start again for Baltimore, but since he only has one touchdown and just 23 rushing yards in his three starts, he remains off the fantasy radar. It's becoming more and more likely that Jackson won't return until the Wild Card round of the NFL playoffs, so fantasy managers in leagues that extend to Week 18 should be ready to go without him one final time.

    Dec 30 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Ravens To Resume Negotiations With Lamar Jackson

    The Baltimore Ravens will reportedly resume long-term contract negotiations with quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) after the 2023 season. Jackson bet on himself without a long-term deal locked up heading into the 2022 season, and he's now missed a month due to a sprained PCL in his knee that he suffered in Week 13 against the Denver Broncos. He has yet to return to practice and looks likely to miss another game this Sunday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Despite his injury at the end of the year for the second straight season, Jackson remains one of the best dual-threat signal-callers in the NFL, although he wasn't exactly lighting it up before he suffered the knee injury.

    Dec 30 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Misses 11th Straight Practice

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) missed his 11th straight practice on Thursday. It looks like backup Tyler Huntley will start under center for the fourth straight game in Week 17 against the division-rival Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football. At this point, Jackson is unlikely to play until the postseason after spraining his knee in Week 13 against the Denver Broncos. With limited weapons in the passing game (that's putting it nicely), Huntley has predictably struggled to do much in Jackson's absence in the last three games. The 24-year-old has completed just 57.6 percent of his 59 pass attempts for 341 yards, one touchdown and an interception while carrying the ball 26 times for 72 yards. Huntley will be a low-upside, low-end QB2 in superflex leagues on Sunday night.

    Dec 29 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Lamar Jackson Misses 10th Straight Practice

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) missed his 10th straight practice on Wednesday. As of right now, it looks like backup Tyler Huntley will make another start this weekend against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night. Huntley would be making his fourth straight start in place of Jackson, who is recovering from a knee sprain. The 25-year-old Jackson is expected to return to practice at some point this week, but that doesn't mean he'll play in Week 16, and fantasy managers won't be able to trust him with the game being on Sunday night. Huntley hasn't produced much at all for fantasy managers in two-QB leagues, as he hasn't gone over 138 yards passing in all three of his starts and has just one touchdown pass.

    Dec 28 · Source via Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Latest On Ravens QB Lamar Jackson

    Baltimore was able to clinch a playoff berth today following their win over the Falcons, combined with a loss by the Patriots, but many are focused more on the team’s long-term future. More specifically, many are still glued to the ever-evolving situation concerning quarterback Lamar Jackson, who is currently playing out the final year of […]

    Dec 24 · Pro Football Rumors Ravens Lamar Jackson
  • Quarterback Stats

    SeasonTeamGFPtsFP/GSnpSnp%MS%Opp/GPaCmpPaAttCmpPctPaYdPaTDPaINTSackedRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    2018BAL16180.811.358549.226.819.99917058.2120163161476974.7454
    2019BAL15457.730.598793.454.538.426540166.13127366617512136.9372
    2020BAL15375.425.091794.255.035.724237664.427572692915910056.3274
    2021BAL12283.823.781092.258.642.924638264.42882161301337675.7723
    2022BAL12267.522.372892.255.436.520332662.32242177201127646.8232

    2022

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppPaCmpPaAttCmpPctPaYdPaTDPaINTSackedRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1@NYJW 24-923.456100.064.336173056.72133106172.8300
    2MIAL 38-4245.859100.064.438212972.4318300911913.2210
    3@NEW 37-2642.660100.066.740182962.1218410111079.7310
    4BUFL 20-2316.570100.057.140202969.014412211736.6400
    5CINW 19-1717.565100.067.744193259.417411112584.8300
    6@NYGL 20-2421.259100.066.139173253.121011277711.0001
    7CLEW 23-2011.964100.040.62691656.312000310595.9000
    8@TBW 27-2224.276100.061.847273871.12382039434.7800
    9@NOW 27-1318.968100.048.533122254.513310311827.4500
    11CARW 13-318.669100.063.844243372.720901311312.8210
    12@JACL 27-2825.672100.063.946163250.025410114896.3601
    13DENW 10-91.51013.96.953475.011002199.0000

    2021

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppPaCmpPaAttCmpPctPaYdPaTDPaINTSackedRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1@LVL 27-3324.468100.061.842193063.323510012867.1702
    2KCW 36-3536.776104.157.542182669.2239120161076.6920
    3@DETW 19-1723.258100.065.538163151.62871107588.2900
    4@DENW 23-722.673101.461.144223759.53161007284.0000
    5INDW 31-2544.373104.381.457374386.044240014624.4301
    6LACW 34-615.56594.250.735192770.41671208516.3800
    7CINL 17-4125.76183.658.943153148.425710012887.3300
    9MINW 34-3135.398101.063.962274165.9266320211205.7100
    10@MIAL 10-2218.873100.071.252264360.52381109394.3300
    12CLEW 16-1015.181101.361.349203262.516514017684.0000
    13@PITL 19-2021.274101.461.645233762.22531108556.8800
    14@CLEL 22-241.41013.78.2644100.017000252.5000

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 10, 42, 19, 49, 30, 43, 5, 4, 5, 9, 39, 5, 1, 5, 5, 13, 6
    Rushing: 2, 1

    2020

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppPaCmpPaAttCmpPctPaYdPaTDPaINTSackedRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1CLEW 38-630.35389.854.232202580.02753027456.4300
    2@HOUW 33-1619.665100.061.540182475.020410416543.3800
    3KCL 20-3417.256100.066.137152853.6971049839.2201
    4@WASW 31-1728.04782.549.128142166.71932117537.5710
    5CINW 27-316.36298.461.939193751.4180211231.5000
    6@PHIW 30-2830.173100.049.336162759.3186103910812.0010
    8PITL 24-2822.982100.053.744132846.420822416654.0602
    9@INDW 24-1020.364100.056.336192382.617000213584.4610
    10@NEL 17-2325.066100.068.245243470.624921211555.0000
    11TENL 24-3017.465100.064.642172958.618611113513.9200
    13DALW 34-1727.855100.054.530121770.610721013947.2310
    14@CLEW 47-4236.64981.743.326111764.7163104912413.7820
    15JACW 40-1432.75583.348.532172277.324331110353.5010
    16NYGW 27-1325.268100.057.439172665.418320013806.1501
    17@CINW 38-326.45777.039.229101855.611331011978.8200
    WC@TENW 20-1327.665100.061.540172470.8179015161368.5010

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 5, 9, 19, 1, 5, 25, 22, 5, 2, 7, 6, 3, 6, 18, 31, 38, 20, 44, 4, 11, 3, 6, 8, 43, 18, 9
    Rushing: 50, 37, 9, 37, 5, 17, 5, 48

    2019

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppPaCmpPaAttCmpPctPaYdPaTDPaINTSackedRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1@MIAW 59-1036.85470.129.923172085.0324501362.0000
    2ARIW 23-1733.679100.067.153243764.9272202161207.5000
    3@KCL 28-3324.083100.061.451224351.22670038465.7510
    4CLEL 25-4029.069100.062.343243470.62473209667.3300
    5@PITW 26-2316.181100.051.942192867.916113014705.0000
    6CINW 23-1733.081100.064.252213363.6236000191528.0010
    7@SEAW 30-1624.859100.057.63492045.0143000141168.2910
    9NEW 37-2030.370100.055.739172373.916310016613.8120
    10@CINW 49-1335.73676.651.124151788.22233007659.2910
    11HOUW 41-735.76184.745.833172470.82224009869.5600
    12@LARW 45-638.06279.535.928152075.016950089511.8800
    13SFW 20-1725.465100.060.039142360.9105100161016.3111
    14@BUFW 24-1722.360100.060.036162564.014531011403.6400
    15NYJW 42-2139.25485.749.231152365.221250088610.7500
    16@CLEW 31-1534.273100.065.848203164.5238300171036.0601
    DPTENL 12-2834.697100.081.479315952.5365120201437.1501

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 47, 83, 33, 5, 1, 27, 1, 9, 8, 50, 11, 5, 2, 17, 20, 15, 18, 25, 12, 6, 18, 7, 7, 7, 20, 3, 61, 4, 5, 1, 24, 33, 10, 39, 14, 12, 15
    Rushing: 9, 21, 8, 3, 1, 47, 1

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