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Sport Reports: Lamar Jackson Out Of Practice Due To Virus Issues

05:40  26 november  2021
05:40  26 november  2021 Source:   thespun.com

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Lamar Jackson missed a game due to a positive test last fall. Now, he's out once again due to unspecified issues related to the virus . Jackson is absent, not because of anything to do with his ongoing negotiations, but because of new COVID-19 issues . Adam Schefter reported as much, saying that the “league is still trying to process” the case. “With Jackson absent from practice , Trace McSorley and Tyler Huntley will take a majority of the snaps at quarterback,” ESPN reports .

He has probably been breaking the protocol all season and no one spoke up. Why didn't anyone speak up player or coach? I get some people do not think this virus is serious and I am not here to argue that but just from a paycheck standpoint. If someone was risking my paycheck because they couldnt wear a simple mask, I would staple the damn mask to his face. This is a 100% Ravens issue and no other team should be penalized.

a close up of a man: Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson after the win. © Provided by The Spun Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson after the win.

Lamar Jackson came down with COVID-19 last fall, testing positive on Thanksgiving. He wound up missing just one game, a 19-14 Baltimore Ravens loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Jackson has a huge year ahead. He and the Ravens both want to sign a long term contract, but so far they haven’t managed to come to an agreement. If he enters the 2021 season without a deal, it becomes an unbelievably important year for the former MVP.

Things didn’t get off to a great start at Ravens camp this week. Jackson is absent, not because of anything to do with his ongoing negotiations, but because of new COVID-19 issues. Adam Schefter reported as much, saying that the “league is still trying to process” the case.

Lamar Jackson Sent Home From Practice Due to Illness

  Lamar Jackson Sent Home From Practice Due to Illness He'll miss Wednesday's practice ahead of Ravens-Bears. View the original article to see embedded media.Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was sent home by the team today due to illness. The quarterback has not tested positive for COVID-19, coach John Harbaugh said.Starting center Bradley Bozeman is also dealing with a non-COVID-19 sickness and will also not practice today. Harbaugh did not sound overly concerned about the two key players' statuses moving forward."It's that time of year, we've got some sickness," Harbaugh said.

Lamar Jackson , on the other hand, specifically didn’t hit a QB over the head with his own helmet. Be more like Lamar . Only kidding, get vaccinated like Myles. Imagine if this happened during the season and resulted in an outbreak. He just came perilously close risking his team games and game checks. I like Jackson , he comes across as a good person, but this is just foolish. He's putting himself at risk. He's trying to get a big contract, you think the team isn't looking at this and thinking of it as a way to save dollars?

Jackson has not participated in a regular practice in two weeks and wouldn’t get much work in before Tuesday’s game against the Cowboys. (Not that the Ravens have had many regular practices recently because of the COVID-19 outbreak.) So the Ravens will have to weigh whether Jackson is in good enough football shape to play in what is a must-win game for “I wish the best for Lamar and his health and he can get back as soon as he can,” McSorley said before Friday’s practice , via Jamison Hensley of ESPN. “But [we are going to] prepare as we always have been and be ready for anything.”

“With Jackson absent from practice, Trace McSorley and Tyler Huntley will take a majority of the snaps at quarterback,” ESPN reports. “Kenj Bahar, who spent time with the Ravens in minicamp, has been re-signed and is practicing as the third quarterback.”

It is unclear whether he tested positive again, or if there is another COVID-related issue here, but in any case that is the reason for his absence. It’s a tough way to open training camp for the AFC Super Bowl contender.

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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is inactive for Sunday's game against the But the exact virus hasn’t been identified yet. Jackson tested his availability during pregame warmups, but NFL reporter Josina Anderson reported he was "not doing well enough to play." The dynamic talent out of Louisville has turned the Ravens into a perennial AFC power, one that is positioned to compete

Lamar Jackson was reportedly held out for ‘general soreness’ while other veterans also got a day off. Derek Wolfe is still not back on the field. According to The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec, Jackson was held out because of "general soreness" and he is expected to play Sunday against the Denver Broncos. Sounds like Ravens held out Lamar Jackson from practice just for general soreness. He took a few big shots Sunday against the Lions.

Lamar Jackson was present for the rest of the team’s offseason activities. He was asked about whether he had been vaccinated earlier this offseason, and was evasive on the issue:

“Just like everyone in society, it’s their decision, keeping that to themselves,” he said, via Sports Illustrated. “But I feel we do a great job here of taking the vaccine, staying away from COVID, following the right preparation and stuff like that, staying away from the outside to the people that are attracting it.”

We’ve seen some instances of breakthrough cases, both for the vaccinated and those with antibodies from previous bouts of COVID-19. Even for those who contract the virus after being vaccinated, it protects them from the worst effects of the virus like hospitalization and death, in virtually all cases.

Hopefully we’ll get more clarity on Jackson’s situation soon.

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