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Ravens QB Jackson (illness) returns to practice

Reuters | Baltimore | Updated: 08-11-2019 23:34 IST | Created: 08-11-2019 23:33 IST
Ravens QB Jackson (illness) returns to practice
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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson returned to practice on Friday, one day after sitting out the session due to an illness. Jackson looked no worse for wear on Friday, according to multiple media outlets. He was throwing passes and moving without issue during the early portion of practice open to the media.

Jackson is in line to play on Sunday as the Ravens (6-2) visit the winless Cincinnati Bengals (0-8). Jackson completed 21 of 33 passes for 236 yards and ran for 152 yards and a touchdown in Baltimore's 23-17 victory over Cincinnati on Oct. 13.

The 22-year-old Jackson has thrown for 1,813 yards with 12 touchdowns and five interceptions this season. He has also rushed for a team-leading 637 yards, which is more than the 476 amassed by the Bengals' entire roster.



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