Lamar Jackson missed his second consecutive day of practice.
The Baltimore Ravens MVP quarterback was not at Thursday’s session after missing Wednesday due to a knee injury.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport previously reported that the knee issue was minor. The QB completely sitting out back-to-back days is at least eyebrow-raising, even if it goes no further.
It marked the first time in Jackson’s three-year career he missed consecutive regular-season practice days, per beat writer Jamison Hensley of ESPN.
It’s unclear when Jackson suffered the knee issue. He played 47 of 55 snaps in Sunday’s win over Washington, coming out late in the 31-17 blowout.
Friday will be a key day for Jackson to see whether he gets in at least one limited practice this week before Sunday’s tilt against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Running back Mark Ingram, nose tackle Brandon Williams, and right guard Tyre Phillips also missed practice Thursday.
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