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Ravens HC John Harbaugh: Lamar Jackson considered week to week with knee injury

John Harbaugh, head coach of the Baltimore Ravens, announced on Monday that Lamar Jackson, the team’s quarterback, is considered week to week with a knee injury.

Jackson was injured in the Ravens’ Week 8 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals when he was tackled awkwardly on a run in the fourth quarter. Trainers looked at Jackson on the sideline but he was able to finish the game.

After the game, Jackson said he “felt fine” and that the injury was “nothing serious.” However, an MRI on Monday revealed that Jackson has a sprained knee and he will be sidelined for at least one week.

Robert Griffin III will start in place of Jackson when the Ravens take on the New England Patriots in Week 9. Griffin, who was signed by the Ravens in the offseason, started the first seven games of the season for Baltimore before being replaced by Jackson.

This is a big blow for the Ravens, who have been one of the hottest teams in the NFL thanks to the play of Jackson. The rookie quarterback has thrown for 1,017 yards and seven touchdowns while also rushing for 556 yards and five scores.

The Ravens will need to rely on their defense and running game until Jackson is able to return. They are lucky to have one of the best defenses in the NFL and a solid running back in Mark Ingram.

This is definitely not the news the Ravens or their fans wanted to hear but they will have to deal with it and hope that Jackson can return soon.

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