Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson left Sunday’s Week 13 game against the Denver Broncos with a knee injury and his return is questionable, the Ravens announced.
On the final play of the first quarter, Broncos linebacker Jonathon Cooper veered around the right edge and sacked Jackson from that side.
Following the timeout, backup Tyler Huntley came in for a third-and-13 attempt and completed an 11-yard pass to Devin Duvernay. On his first full drive, Huntley led a drive that ended in a field goal and tied the game at 3-3.
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Jackson went into the blue medical tent on the sideline before limping to the Ravens locker room. The CBS broadcast showed the former MVP was heavily favoring his right leg while climbing stairs in the tunnel.
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Huntley, who started four games in Jackson’s stead last season, took his first snap of the 2022 campaign last week. The third-year player from Utah has a career record of 1-3.
Jackson has carried a series of ailments on injury reports over the last month. He’s either missed or been limited in practice with a hip injury, illness or a quad, his latest injury that caused the Ravens training staff to pull him early from practice for treatment.
Jackson completed three of his four passes for 11 yards and had one rush for 9 yards prior to his exit.
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