Post-game update: John Harbaugh told reporters that Lamar Jackson hadn’t suffered a season-ending injury, but was vague on how long he might be out. We’ll learn more after tests on Monday.
Ravens HC John Harbaugh described Lamar Jackson’s injury timeline “days to weeks” with firmer evaluation coming after more tests tomorrow.— Cameron Wolfe (@CameronWolfe) December 4, 2022
Harbaugh described it as “Knee, but not a season-ending type of knee.”
Update: The Baltimore Ravens will be without Lamar Jackson for the rest of this game, as he has been ruled out with a knee injury. Tyler Huntley at least was able to move the ball after Jackson was forced from the game, so we’ll see if he can keep them in this game, as they trail 3-6 to the Broncos.
Update: Jackson is dealing with a knee injury and is questionable to return. Tyler Huntley is in at quarterback for now.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has been forced from the game with the Broncos early in the second quarter. Jackson has been dealing with a hip injury, but this injury is unknown at the time.
Jackson had completed 3-of-4 passes for 11 yards and rushed once for nine yards.