On Monday, despite a sprained right ankle in the loss to Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is still likely to play in the Monday game against Green Bay Packers.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said: “My current plan is to let Lamar Jackson play. This week we will see how things develop. If Lamar Jackson can play, let Lamar Jackson play. Otherwise, Tyler Huntley will start. so.”
John Harbaugh said that Lamar Jackson’s injury was not a high ankle sprain, so it doesn’t take too long to recover. Baltimore Ravens currently has an 8-5 record, temporarily ranking first in North America. Tyler Huntley completed 58 passes in 85 passes this season, advancing for 528 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. He almost led the team to complete the reversal to win.
Since becoming a starter in the middle of the 2018 season, Lamar Jackson has only missed three games: two times due to illness and one time when the Baltimore Ravens secured the top seed.