Ravens Star QB Limited In Wednesday Practice

The Baltimore Ravens are off to a strange start in 2022, as they've been dominant at times during all six of their games, but with struggles late in games, they've fallen to 3-3 on the season, which still sees them hold a lead in the AFC North, tied with the Cincinnati Bengals. Despite this, their starting Quarterback Lamar Jackson has still been playing really good football all year long, and if they have any hopes of making a deep run in the 2022 playoffs, Jackson will need to be healthy and at his best when the time is right. 

Unfortunately, that may be in jeopardy in Week 7, as Jackson was highly limited during Wednesday's practice with a hip injury, and given how much Jackson uses his legs throughout the game, that's one of the worst possible injuries for him to suffer. 

Mark Andrews completely missed Wednesday's practice, and while he may simply make it back on Thursday or later in the week, but if Jackson continues to struggle with a hip injury, it could be bad news going forward. Baltimore have a divisional matchup with the Cleveland Browns ahead in Week 7, and if they want to take a commanding lead in the AFC North, this is a crucial matchup, which they'll need No. 8 completely healthy for.

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