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Lamar Jackson is out of practice with the Ravens due to a COVID issue.

Due to COVID-19 concerns, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was held out of practice.
Due to a COVID-related issue, Lamar Jackson will not practice with the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday.
On Thanksgiving, the Ravens’ franchise quarterback tested positive for the coronavirus, which hampered Baltimore’s game against the Jets.
On a later day, on a Wednesday afternoon, the archrival Pittsburgh Steelers will be played.
Jackson will undoubtedly be held out of Ravens practice as the NFL and Baltimore assess the situation.
Tyler Huntley and Trace McSorley will get extra reps as a result of this.
We don’t know how long the former NFL MVP quarterback will be out at this time.
According to @jamisonhensley and me, Lamar Jackson is not practicing today due to a COVID-related situation that the league is still working through.
Jackson, who tested positive on Thanksgiving, had a second test that was flagged by NFL officials.
The NFL is now conducting research, and the Ravens are waiting for results.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 28, 2021 Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson is out for the season due to a COVID-19 issue. This is a pivotal season for the Ravens and their franchise quarterback.
Together with the Cleveland Browns, the Ravens should be contenders for the division title.
While the Pittsburgh Steelers are likely to be a wild card club this season, they should be competitive.
With this being Joe Burrows’ second season, we can also expect a significant improvement from the Cincinnati Bengals.
Jackson is in his fourth year as a Louisville Cardinal.
He’ll make money on a second contract, but it’s unclear if he’ll be paid before Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills or how much more than his Heisman Trophy fraternity brother Baker Mayfield.
In any case, Jackson is not practicing with the Ravens at the moment, and the team must react appropriately.
Expect more renowned players to be sidelined by the illness now that training camp has begun.