What Happened To Lamar Jackson

The Ravens #8 QB Lamar Jackson is fit and playing against the New Orleans Saints. His recent hip injury appears to have been minor.

The American football quarterback plays for the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL (National Football League). The Ravens selected him as the final first-round pick of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Lamar represented Louisville in college football, where he secured the Heisman Trophy during his sophomore year.

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What Happened To Lamar Jackson? Is He Playing Today? Health Update

Lamar Jackson was recently a victim of a hip injury. However, the harm does not seem major, as he has been a regular part of Raven’s team. He is playing against the Saints at the Mercedez-Benz Superdome.

Lamar Jackson was initially limited due to the injury and arrived 15-20 minutes late in one of his practices. He also did not immediately jump in with the first team.

The Ravens QB has an imposing physique of 6 feet 2 inches and weighs 104 kg.

Meanwhile, fellow Ravens player WR Rashod Bateman is out due to a foot injury. In contrast, players like TE Mark Andrews and RB Gus Edwards are doubtful over knee and hamstring injuries, respectively.

Moreover, CB Marcus Peters, WR Demarcus Robinson, ILB Malik Harrison, and OT Patrick Mekarl have been deemed questionable following quad/knee, groin, foot, and back injuries.

Lamar Jackson Injury History

Lamar missed the Ravens’ practice on October 7, 2020, due to a knee ailment before the team’s Week 5 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. Later, he was permitted to participate in that game.

Similarly, his 2021 season has been impacted by illness and injury. The first half was affected by the former, whereas the second half got disrupted by the latter.

On the final play of the third quarter of the divisional-round playoff game against the Buffalo Bills on January 16, 2021, the quarterback suffered a concussion.

On September 29, 2021, Lamar managed to play in Week 4 against the Denver Broncos, despite not lack of practice with a back injury.

Later on December 12, 2021, he suffered an ankle sprain in Week 14’s loss to the Cleveland Browns. The QB missed the rest of the season.

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Lamar Jackson missed the remaining 2021 season after an ankle injury. (Source: Ebony Bird)

According to Draft Sharks, Lamar has a very low risk (9%) of injury in 2022, while his risk per game is 0.6%. He is projected to miss 0.40 games in the year.

Moreover, his durability has been rated as five, which is the top production ability despite relatively minor injuries.

Lamar Jackson Parents And Family Details

Lamar Demeatrice Jackson Jr. was born in Pompano Beach, Florida, United States, to Lamar Jackson Sr. and Felicia Jones. He was born on January 7, 1997, and is currently 25.

Lamar suffered a lot when he was eight. His Father, Lamar Sr., died from a heart attack the same day his grandmother died.

His mother, Felicia, raised him and his siblings (two sisters and a brother) independently. They grew up in the center of an impoverished section of Pompano Beach in Florida.

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Lamar Jackson with his mother, Felicia Jones, during an event. (Source: Sports Illustrated)

His first cousin, once removed, is Adoree Jackson, a cornerback and return specialist for the New York Giants.

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Lamar attended public schools, including Boynton Beach Community, and played Pop Warner football with future teammate Marquise Brown. He later studied at the University of Louisville.

As of 2019, the pro footballer lived in Owings Mills, Maryland, close to the Ravens training complex. He resides with his mother, brother, and sisters.

Lamar is unmarried and dating his long-time girlfriend, Jaime Taylor. They have been together for over five years but have kept their relationship from the media. Lamar also has a one-year-old daughter named Milan.

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