Lamar Jackson Injury

Lamar Jackson has had a few injuries throughout his NFL career, most notably to his ankle and knee.

In 2021, he missed the last five games of the season with an ankle sprain. In 2022, he missed the final six games of the season with a PCL sprain in his knee.

Jackson has not torn his ACL, but he has had other knee injuries. In 2020, he suffered a patella sprain in his knee,

and in 2022, he had a PCL sprain. The PCL is a ligament that helps stabilize the knee joint, and a sprain can cause pain, swelling, and instability.

Jackson's injury history has been a concern for some fans, but the Ravens have said that they are not worried about it being a long-term  problem.

Jackson is a very mobile quarterback, and his running ability is a big part of his game.

However, he will need to be careful not to put too much stress on his knees, especially as he gets older.

As of June 2023, Jackson is healthy and has been working out in preparation for the 2023 season.

He is expected to be the Ravens' starting quarterback, and they will be hoping that he can stay healthy and lead them to a playoff run.