This is the official statement by the Ravens captain, he took a conference a press meeting and said that there is a high chance Jackson will be played on the Sunday night match this week 11 matchup against the Panthers.
Based on the Ravens Coach, John Harbaugh explained that Jackson’s absence on Friday was due to a severe illness that was an obstacle for Jackson to practice fully, but the Friday he participated fully in practice on Wednesday and Thursday.
Coach says Jackson will get well soon, He attempted to attend practice but was merely too ill. and he will be active on the Sunday night match vs the Panthers.
But so far Jackson hasn’t given any replays on whether he will play the Sunday Night match. This is very questionable for the Ravens Fans.
If talking about the Ravens, Lamar Jackson is the best quarterback player on their team, if he wasn’t playing in this Week 11 match against the Panthers then it will be very difficult to say Ravens will wons the game or not.
Based on the previous games report The Ravens would have suffered dramatically without Jackson because he is one of the league’s most effective rushers and contributes to the passing game as well.
If talking about Jackson’s scores, he has 1,768 passing yards and 16 touchdowns as of Week 11, in addition to 635 rushing yards and two more scores.
Jackson is not the only player who will come back on this Sunday’s game on week 11, also Mark Andrews is coming back.
Mark Andrews, a tight end for the Ravens, is another notable active player for Sunday’s game. Andrews missed the Ravens’ previous game before the bye week 11 due to knee and shoulder injuries. On Sunday, however, he’ll be there with Jackson once more.
While Jackson and Andrews are available to play, but the Ravens have listed the following inactive player, running back Gus Edwards, cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis, linebacker Josh Bynes, guard Ben Cleveland, tight end Charlie Kolar, and linebacker David Ojabo.
It is not yet known whether this player will play or not. When it is public we will update it.
If talking about both team scores Baltimore (6-3) and Carolina (3-7) will kick off at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday.