BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, who has been fighting the flu, returned to practice Thursday, the team announced.
Head Coach John Harbaugh said Monday during a press conference that Jackson and other Ravens players were “fighting off the flu.”
"We do have some guys, including Lamar, fighting off the flu." pic.twitter.com/VRUMieYXIl
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) December 30, 2019
“We do have some guys fighting off the flu,” Harbaugh said during the press conference. “Lamar and other guys. No coaches right now.”
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Jackson returned to the practice field after missing Tuesday’s session.
Lamar Jackson, who has been dealing with the flu, returned to practice Thursday.
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) January 2, 2020
Jackson and the Ravens have a first-round bye. The team will host a Divisional Round game on Saturday, January 11, at 8:15 p.m.