Lamar Jackson has been placed on the injury report with a non-COVID-19 related illness yet again.
The Baltimore quarterback was “sent home” from Wednesday’s practice with an illness. Later in the week that illness was removed from the injury report as he returned to practice. But now, the Ravens have added it back to the list.
With the illness back in play, Jackson is questionable for tomorrow’s game against the Chicago Bears.
The former league MVP missed practices with a non-COVID-19 related illness back in Week 3 as well, but was still able to play in the weekend’s game.
Fans from around the NFL are sensing a pattern with Jackson’s susceptibility to illness.
hes sick of carrying us https://t.co/5ML9AGopwI
— Gurpreet Randhawa (@ThatKidGurpreet) November 20, 2021
I’d like to request that we once again remove QB Lamar Jackson from the injury report. Thank you. https://t.co/oypxAIIP0u
— T. Fields (@EDCburner) November 20, 2021
This whole season he been “ill” lol. https://t.co/UFK7UbedJS
— Diamond Minnea (@_PensAndWords_) November 20, 2021
— Luis Garcia (@itsbrownbeartou) November 20, 2021
— Clio in Midnight Green 🌹🐘 (@_CrimsonEagle_) November 20, 2021
Get him some vitamins, man is sick every other day. https://t.co/SzfIAzuEMm
— Doom (@DoomzoneFF) November 20, 2021
Despite a few illnesses and injuries, Lamar Jackson has played in every game for the Ravens this season. Performing at an MVP-caliber pace, the star QB has logged 2,447 yards, 14 touchdowns and eight interceptions through the air, and 639 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.
If Jackson is unable to suit up for tomorrow’s contest, backup quarterback Tyler Huntley will take over as QB1.
The Ravens (6-3) will take on the Bears (3-6) tomorrow at 1 p.m. ET.