Lamar Jackson limping considerably ahead of Rams-Ravens game

Lamar Jackson has missed the last two games with an ankle injury, which he suffered early in Week 14 against the Cleveland Browns. The Baltimore Ravens superstar is trying to work his way back from the injury in order to suit up against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, but he just doesn’t look healthy.

Jamison Hensley of ESPN shared a video of Jackson practicing on Wednesday and he was limping considerably. He had trouble even jogging, looking like a player who’s in a lot of pain and not very mobile.

This is his first time practicing since suffering the injury so it seems he’s making some progress, but it’s hard to imagine him being 100% in time for Sunday’s game.

That puts the Ravens in a tough spot because his backup, Tyler Huntley, is still on COVID-19 reserve and uncertain to play, as well.

We’ll get the first injury report from the Ravens today, which will tell us whether Jackson was limited or a full participant in practice.

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