Ravens hopeful on Lamar Jackson injury, confident in Huntley
BALTIMORE (AP) — Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is not expected to miss significant time after injuring his knee in a 10-9 win over Denver.
Baltimore coach John Harbaugh said Jackson may not return in time for next week's game against Pittsburgh, but he shouldn't be far off.
Coach Harbaugh says it's not a season ending injury for Lamar Jackson. pic.twitter.com/Nf0ZoUyHIi— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) December 4, 2022
Backup Tyler Huntley appears far more comfortable in his role as stand-in for the 2019 NFL MVP after guiding Baltimore to a win against the Broncos.
Jackson missed the final four games of the 2021 season with an ankle injury, and Baltimore lost every one of them.