Baltimore Ravens Quarterback Misses Second Straight Practice

The Baltimore Ravens are trying their hardest to hold off the red-hot Cincinnati Bengals in the race for the AFC North division crown in 2022, and now, it's becoming even more clear that they'll have to attempt to do so without their starting Quarterback, for at least one week.

After it was confirmed that Lamar Jackson sprained his PCL in the Week 13 victory over the Denver Broncos, the recovery time was placed at 1-3 weeks, but the Ravens considered him 'week-to-week', with a potential chance that he's available in Week 14 against the teams biggest rival, the Pittsburgh Steelers. 

Now, Jackson has officially missed his second straight day of practice, and given that the Ravens have lofty expectations for the remainder of the 2022 regular season and a potential playoff run, so it's quite likely at this point that Jackson will sit for at least one week, allowing Tyler Huntley to take the reigns against Pittsburgh. 

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