Lamar Jackson 'felt good' a day after missing Baltimore Ravens' victory with illness

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh stated he’s “very hopeful” that quarterback Lamar Jackson will have the ability to take part in Tuesday’s walk-through.

Jackson was sidelined from Sunday’s 16-13 win over the Chicago Bears due to the fact that of a health problem. Tyler Huntley substituted Jackson and directed a last-minute resurgence for the Ravens (7-3), who lead the AFC North by a video game.

“He felt good today,” Harbaugh stated Monday. “I don’t know how good. But he feels much better today, from what I was told. I haven’t seen him.”

Baltimore hosts the Cleveland Browns (6-5) Sunday night. Jackson is 4-1 as a starter versus the Browns, tossing 10 goals and 2 interceptions.

Sidelined for just the 3rd video game of his four-year profession, Jackson began to feel ill last Tuesday. He missed out on practices on Wednesday and Thursday prior to returning for a complete practice Friday. But the signs returned Saturday.

Jackson has actually never ever missed out on back-to-back video games.

Asked if the expectation was for Jackson to take part in Tuesday’s walk-through, Harbaugh stated, “The hope is. I won’t say expectation because, you know, who knows?”

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