Baltimore Ravens followers can breathe sighs of aid forward of Sunday’s showdown with the 4-1 Los Angeles Chargers.
Ravens star quarterback Lamar Jackson missed observe Thursday with an sickness that, which was not associated to COVID-19, however Myles Simmons of ProFootballTalk notes the 2019 NFL Most Precious Participant returned for Friday’s session after he was a full participant on Wednesday.
Barring an sudden improvement, Jackson needs to be good to go this weekend.
That is the second time this season Jackson has been talked about on an harm report due to a non-coronavirus illness. He is additionally handled a sore hip and back soreness, however he hasn’t been out of motion when Baltimore has wanted him most. Per ESPN stats, the 24-year-old is eighth within the league with 341 dashing yards and in addition tied for eighth with a 61.5 complete QBR. Jackson is finishing 67.1 p.c of his throws for 1,519 yards with eight touchdowns and simply three interceptions.
Jackson unquestionably deserves to be talked about amongst present MVP candidates following his come-from-behind efficiency towards the Indianapolis Colts that guided Baltimore to a 4-1 mark, however he’d do nicely to keep away from future harm reviews for at the least per week or two, if just for the advantage of passionate Ravens supporters.