Baltimore Ravens starting quarterback Lamar Jackson has been diagnosed with a sprained PCL in his knee. He is now listed as week-to-week and is expected to return at some point this season. Jackson suffered the injury in the team’s 10-9 win over the Denver Broncos in Week Thirteen. Baltimore is a serious playoff contender and perhaps even a Super Bowl contender. They could struggle without their starting quarterback. Players in the past with PCL sprains have typically taken one to three weeks to recover from the injury. Baltimore continues to have injury problems this season.
Ravens’ QB Lamar Jackson suffered a sprained PCL during Sunday’s win over the Denver Broncos, per league sources. PCL injuries often sideline players 1-to-3 weeks and Ravens’ HC John Harbaugh already has said Jackson is “less likely” to play Sunday vs. the Steelers. pic.twitter.com/4ra4KDuUdQ
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This season with the Baltimore Ravens, Lamar Jackson has completed 203 passes for 2,242 yards, 17 touchdowns, and seven interceptions on 326 passing attempts. He has also rushed the ball 112 times for 764 yards and three touchdowns. With Jackson set to miss some time, Baltimore will start backup quarterback Tyler Huntley. He started some for the team last year when Jackson was hurt and filled in for him against Denver.
In that game, he completed 27 passes for 187 yards and one interception on 32 passing attempts. He also rushed the ball ten times for 41 yards and the game-winning touchdown. We here at Def Pen Sports wish Lamar Jackson the best in his recovery and quick return to the football field.