Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson activated off Reserve/COVID list

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BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – DECEMBER 12: Quarterback Lamar Jackson #8 of the Baltimore Ravens drops back to pass against the defense of the New York Jets at M&T Bank Stadium on December 12, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

Following a couple of long periods of calm on the Lamar Jackson front, the Ravens are enacting their beginning quarterback off the Reserve/COVID-19 rundown, the group reported Monday.

It’s muddled if Jackson rehearsed Sunday at the group’s office, however the group made an honest effort to stay quiet about that data. Mentor John Harbaugh declined to remark on Sunday and the group moved practice inside, which means no correspondents were permitted to join in.

Presently, it shows up Jackson is poised to begin in Tuesday’s down against the Cowboys with Trace McSorley as his reinforcement. Robert Griffin III was put on harmed hold a week ago and won’t be qualified to return for three games.

Jackson will have a large portion of his hostile weapons back for Tuesday’s down off the COVID list, aside from tight end Mark Andrews and wide collector Willie Snead.

The Ravens likewise enacted fullback Patrick Ricard, longsnapper Morgan Cox and protective tackle Justin Madubuike which brings the group’s COVID list down to six players. They had upwards of 23 players hit the COVID list a week ago.


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