Lamar Jackson will not return to the game after the Ravens quarterback sustained an ankle injury in the second quarter of Sunday’s game against the Browns. Jackson, who was initially thought to have problems returning, left the game after being Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah in the first play of the second quarter. Jackson was assessed by coaches on the field before being taken into the locker room. He was replaced by Tyler Huntley, who three weeks ago gemd for Raven to win 16-13 first Chicago Bears.
The Browns were leading 10-0 at the time of Jackson’s injury. While Jackson and the Ravens’ offense struggled to move the ball, the Browns won a total of 92 yards in the first quarter while leading two times on the ball. The Browns scored the first goal of the game on Baker Mayfield’s the pass touches down nine yards for Jarvis Landry on Cleveland’s third property.
The Ravens certainly hope that Jackson’s injury isn’t too serious. Not only is the MVP of the 2019 tournament one of the best passers in the league, he also leads the Ravens with a quick 762 yards. Jackson’s play has kept Raven at the top of the AFC North despite Baltimore suffering a number of serious injuries to both sides of the ball.
Both teams are looking to improve their odds in the knockout stages. The Ravens entered Sunday’s game with first place in the AFC North with a record of 8-4. Cleveland (6-6) can move from fourth to second in the North with a win over Baltimore and a Bengali loss for 49ers this afternoon in Cincinnati.
https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/lamar-jackson-ruled-out-of-ravens-browns-game-after-getting-carted-off-with-ankle-injury-in-first-half/ Lamar Jackson ruled out of Ravens-Browns game after being hit by a stroller with an ankle injury in the first half