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Lamar Jackson ruled out of Divisional Round with concussion

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson is out after hitting his head in the end zone. We break down the situation.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) runs with the ball as Buffalo Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes (55) pursues during the first half of an AFC Divisional Round playoff game at Bills Stadium.  Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

UPDATE: Jackson has been ruled out for the remainder of the game with a concussion. Tyler Huntley will lead the Ravens for the rest of the game.

UPDATE: The Ravens confirmed Jackson is in the concussion protocol.

The 2021 AFC Divisional round has quickly become a nightmare for the Ravens, as backup QB Tyler Huntley is in after Lamar Jackson hit his head on the turf following an errant snap. Jackson stayed down for a while and then was able to walk to the locker room to get what is likely a concussion test.

Jackson’s injury follows a 101-yard pick-six that Jackson threw on the possession just before. The Baltimore Ravens trail the Buffalo Bills 17-3 early in the fourth quarter and now have Huntley in at quarterback.