Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson missed practice for the second straight day on Thursday attributable to a non-COVID-related illness.
Baltimore offensive coordinator Greg Roman offered a minor replace on Jackson’s standing for Sunday, noting “I believe [Jackson] is feeling higher.”
Jackson has missed simply two video games since changing into Baltimore’s starter in 2018, together with one absence attributable to COVID-19 final season. He is tallied 2,447 passing yards in 2021, including 639 on the bottom.
Baltimore enters Week 11 main the AFC North at 6–3 after final week’s loss to the Dolphins. Kickoff in Chicago on Sunday is slated for 1 p.m. ET.
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