Injury Update On Baltimore Ravens Starting Quarterback

The Baltimore Ravens barely scraped a win over the No. 1 defence in the NFL in the Denver Broncos in Week 13, and with matchups against the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns upcoming, there's a chance that they'll need to fight just as hard, as their star Quarterback could be missing.

Yesterday, Head Coach John Harbaugh said it was "less likely" that Lamar Jackson would be available in Week 14 to take on Pittsburgh, and now, the Ravens have confirmed that Jackson suffered a sprained PCL in the victory, an injury which usually takes anywhere from 1-3 weeks to fully recover from.

With that in mind, the Ravens, who currently hold the lead in the AFC North over the Cincinnati Bengals, will likely sit out Jackson in Week 14, and from there, will re-evaluate the situation and do what's best for the team, but right now, this is the last thing this team needed. 

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