In the second quarter of the Baltimore Ravens‘ matchup with the Denver Broncos this past Sunday, Ravens quarterback, and potential MVP pick, Lamar Jackson suffered a knee injury and was ruled out for the rest of the game.
It was then the job of backup quarterback Tyler Huntley to keep the team afloat.
The Ravens would win the game, 10-9, but this victory has been overshadowed by Jackson’s knee injury.
It was reported that Jackson would be having an MRI scan today (Monday) to discover the true extent of the injury.
Today, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh gave us an update on Lamar’s condition.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 5, 2022
The good news for Ravens fans is that the injury is not season-ending at the moment.
The Ravens believe that Jackson has suffered a “mild knee sprain“.
However, as of writing, we do not know the results of the MRI scan.
It could reveal something much worse for Jackson and the Ravens, which could rule him out for the rest, or the majority of the season.
Harbaugh has also said that Jackson is, at the moment, “week by week“.
If the MRI scan does confirm that the injury is mild, there is a possibility that Jackson could return as the starting quarterback for the Ravens against the Cleveland Browns in two weeks.
Until then, it is up to Huntley to keep up the competitive performances that we have seen throughout the season by the Ravens.