Ravens also disclose “illness” for Lamar Jackson
Raven's quarterback Lamar Jackson blamed his failure in Wednesday's training session on a knee injury. Thursday's injury report adds another explanation: Illness.
In this age of COVID-19, any mention of an illness raises red flags. However, any player with COVID-19 ends up directly on the COVID-19 reserve list. He would not be in the normal injury report with an illness.
It is unclear whether the knee would have allowed Jackson to practice without the disease. Regardless, it's important to see if he can train on Friday. If not, he would play (if he does) without actively preparing for the game against the Bengals.
The ravens placed a total of 15 players on Thursday. Aside from Mark Ingram and the defensive tackle against Brandon Williams, who both had a day off, everyone else has injuries or illness.
Notable names include Mark Andrews (thigh; limited), corner Marcus Peters (thigh; limited), and Tackle Ronnie Stanley (shoulder / hip; limited).
Ravens also reveal "Illness" for Lamar Jackson, who originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
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