By Sean Streicher

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Ravens opened a pop-up shop Thursday for fans to get some last-minute holiday shopping done.

Although the doors opened at 9 a.m., Ravens fans were already lined up, some hoping to snag a coveted Lamar Jackson jersey.

READ MORE: Family Believes Shark Bit 12-Year-Old Girl In Ocean City, Official Says Incident 'Wasn't An Attack'

A team spokesperson told WJZ Wednesday a “limited amount” of the star quarterback’s jerseys would be available when the Ravens’ pop-up store opened Thursday morning.

The spokesperson did not know how many jerseys or what sizes would be available.

When the doors opened, fans rushed to where the Jackson jerseys were hanging.

Fans have been clamoring to get their hands on Jackson merchandise as he continues to rack up records and awards, including being named to the Pro Bowl team.

“I couldn’t find anything online, and all the stores,” one fan told WJZ. “As soon as I heard about this one on the news, I took the day off from work to come.”

Those who didn’t get to the store fast enough missed out on those coveted Jackson jerseys. Adult sizes sold out on the first day.

The store opened at 9 a.m. Thursday at The Shops at Canton Crossing. It will be open through December 28.

MORE NEWS: At Baltimore School, U.S. Education Secretary Urges People Put Aside ‘Mask Fatigue’ and ‘Politics’ and Bring Students Back To Classrooms

“We knew there would be a line, and we knew there would be a lot of interest from the community,” Chris Inouye, Senior Director of Retail of the Baltimore Ravens, said. “But it’s definitely overwhelming.”

Sean Streicher