It’s hard to think that there are 31 NFL quarterbacks who are better than Lamar Jackson.
Right from the top of our heads, there are at least 15 teams that would be better off with him under center.
However, multiple organizations have already expressed that they’re not interested in trading for the 25-year-old, and it’s not like the Baltimore Ravens want him out, either.
Jackson, however, has had enough of the organization’s disrespect.
He recently took to Twitter to reveal that he had requested a trade on March 2, adding that the team has shown little-to-no interest in fulfilling that request.
Unsurprisingly, the news drew plenty of attention on social media, with dozens of fans sharing their thoughts on Jackson’s situation.
The Ravens mistreated the best QB in franchise history
— Hard Rock Sportsbook (@HardRockSB) March 27, 2023
Ravens fans: pic.twitter.com/Ehsg9XVjMM
— McNeil (@Reflog_18) March 27, 2023
Please come to New England.
— Bill Speros (@billsperos) March 27, 2023
— s̑̈ (@uwublonded) March 27, 2023
Go get your money!
— DeeJay Johnson (@Go_DeeJay21) March 27, 2023
Jackson is set to play under the non-exclusive franchise tag next season.
No team has made him a formal offer, and the Ravens could still have an opportunity to match his sheet if it went down to that.
The Ravens have all the leverage in negotiations, and it seems like Jackson has run out of options at this point.
Threatening to hold out and sit could only take some money out of his pockets, but taking a deal would mean that all this time and drama was for nothing.
The Ravens, on the other hand, are taking a somewhat dangerous approach there, as he’s not going to be motivated to try and win if he’s actually forced to play for them, and it would be hard to blame him at this point.NEXT: Shannon Sharpe Reacts To Lamar Jackson's Trade Request