On Monday, Quarterback Lamar Jackson made it known that he had asked for a trade from the Baltimore Ravens on March 2nd via his series of tweets.
The Baltimore Ravens granted QB Lamar Jackson a non-exclusive franchise tag this off-season. If he signs on his tender, a trade between him and another club is possible by July 17th—the deadline for long-term deals to be signed. Although Jackson has vocally expressed doubt about agreeing with his team, Coach John Harbaugh remains confident that both parties will finally come together.
“I haven’t seen the tweet. It’s an ongoing process, I’m following it very closely, just like everybody else is here, and I’m looking forward to a resolution,” Harbaugh said Monday at the NFL owner’s meeting in Phoenix.
“I’m always thinking about Lamar, thinking about him as our quarterback. We’re building our offense around that idea. I’m just looking forward to returning to football, and I’m confident that will happen.”
Jackson, a 26-year-old dynamo of the field, would be an asset to any team in the NFL thanks to his exceptional playmaking ability.
After being chosen to the 2018 NFL Draft with the 32nd overall pick, this dual-threat quarterback has become a two-time Pro Bowler, an All-Pro selection, and most notably, was rewarded for his stellar performance in 2019 by unanimously earning MVP of the league.
With 70 games under his belt, the Louisville product has amassed 12,209 passing yards and 101 touchdowns with only 38 interceptions. He’s displayed impeccable poise on the field, boasting a 45-16 record as a starter. Moreover, he’s added 4,437 yards and 24 scores on the ground – culminating in an impressive single-season record of 1,206 rushing yards for quarterbacks in 2019!
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