BALTIMORE (WJZ) —  Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson had been spending his offseason like many NFL players prior to the coronavirus pandemic shutting down much of life throughout the U.S. Jackson was training with teammates and friends, accepting his various awards, and generally getting ready for the upcoming season.

One additional item that was on Jackson’s agenda? A new tattoo.

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Florida based tattoo artist @ace_no_buggy posted a photo of the work that Jackson had done on Sunday. It’s an incredible piece of artwork.


The tattoo prominently features three of the most prominent things in the young quarterback’s life: Faith, Family and Football. Those with a keen eye will notice that the words are surrounded by what appear to be purple feathers, which would seem to indicate Jackson doesn’t plan on leaving the Ravens anytime soon.

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The artist says this was just the start of a larger piece that Jackson wanted to have done, but they had to stop working for now due to the coronavirus pandemic forcing isolation and stay at home orders.