Lamar Jackson Scooters Around Morgan State, Apprentices At Chick-fil-AThe Baltimore Ravens star quarterback hung out with fans on campus, then, he jumped behind the Chick-fil-A counter.
LB Bobby Wagner Chooses Rams Over Ravens, Signing 5-Year DealThe 31-year-old reportedly visited with the Baltimore Ravens last week, and the team was in the mix for Wagner's services.
Lamar Jackson Hasn't Signed An Extension Yet, But He Says He Loves The Ravens And Isn't Thinking About LeavingLamar Jackson tweeted Wednesday that his lack of urgency on a new contract is not part of a ploy to leave the Ravens for another team.
Harbaugh 'Confident' Extension With Lamar Jackson Will Get Done"I'm confident it's going to happen," he told reporters.
Lamar Jackson Releases First Book, Aimed To Inspire Children To DreamLamar Jackson said the book, which has been months in the making, is about inspiring kids to follow their dreams.
Lamar Jackson To Star In LeBron James' Show 'The Shop'Musician and actor Donald Glover and Colombian reggaeton star J. Balvin are also guests of the fifth season.
Lamar Jackson Says He'll Start Saying 'Lor,' The Baltimore Variant Of 'Little'On Thursday, Jackson said he'll adopt the vernacularism "Lor," meaning "little," for "my Baltimore people," dropping another derivative, "Lil."
'O Jackson': Lamar Jackson Beckoned By The Orioles After Joke TweetBo Jackson was known for his speed and is often described as a "freak of nature" across the internet. Sound familiar?
DeCosta On Lamar Jackson Extension: 'I Would Say We're Working At Lamar's Pace'"I think at this point I would say we’re working at Lamar’s pace," Eric DeCosta said. "He’s comfortable where we are right now. I think he feels that we have a lot of unfinished business."
Bounced From Playoffs, Ravens Already Looking Ahead To Next SeasonThe Ravens were officially eliminated from the postseason following a 16-13 overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium. Six weeks--and seemingly an eternity--ago, Baltimore was sitting at 8-3, the No. 1 seed in the AFC.
Harbaugh Names Huntley The Starter For Regular Season Finale Against SteelersBaltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said backup quarterback Tyler Huntley will start the team's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, ending Lamar Jackson's regular season.