Uncertainty Surrounds Baltimore Ravens QB And His Return To Practice

The Baltimore Ravens have punched their ticket to the 2022 playoffs, but if they want to go deeper in the post-season than they have in recent years, they'll need their star Quarterback on the field with chemistry and momentum, but unfortunately, they aren't quite sure when that will happen.

Lamar Jackson sprained his PCL in a victory over the Denver Broncos, and was given a timeline of 1-3 weeks, and after now missing three games, many expected him to return, but when asked yesterday, Head Coach John Harbaugh's answer to when he will be back at practice was a simple "we'll just have to see". 

That's not great news for a team that's struggled offensively for the most part under Tyler Huntley, and with two key games upcoming, the sooner they can get Jackson back, the better, but for now, it appears there's no solid timeline on his return within the organization. 

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