Lamar Jackson Misses Another Crucial Practice Ahead Of Playoffs, Huntley Shows Progress

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has not practiced in over a month since sustaining a knee injury in Week 13's victory against the Denver Broncos, and on Thursday his status remains unchanged, according to The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec. 

However, backup quarterback Tyler Huntley, who is nursing a shoulder and wrist injury, was seen throwing the football in practice on Thursday, which is a positive update in regards to his playability this weekend during Week 1 of the playoffs against the Bengals if Jackson continues to be sidelined. 

Time is quickly ticking for Jackson though as he has until tomorrow to show up to his first practice in weeks, and has at the bare minimum another two-to-three days to show his Baltimore club that he is healthy enough to even play on Sunday night. 

Due to the fact the former MVP has done little as to show up to practice, it seems his PCL injury may be more serious than his initial diagnosis, and as a result he could be sidelined indefinitely. 

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