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Lamar Jackson ruled OUT with knee injury for Week 15 vs. Browns

We break down the news that Lamar Jackson is still dealing with his knee injury. What it means for Week 15 and beyond.

Lamar Jackson #8 of the Baltimore Ravens watches the game against the Denver Broncos at M&T Bank Stadium on December 04, 2022 in Baltimore, Maryland. Photo by G Fiume/Getty Images

Thursday PM update: Jackson has been ruled out with his knee injury, while Tyler Huntley has been removed from the injury list. Huntley will get the start against the Browns on Saturday.

Thursday update: Jackson was not practicing on Friday, per Jamison Hensley. It looks very much like Jackson will be out against the Browns on Saturday. Tyler Huntley was once again practicing and looks like he has a decent chance of being cleared of the concussion protocol.

Wednesday update: Jackson was once again not practicing on Wednesday, per Jamison Hensley. It’s not looking great for him to play Saturday, while Tyler Huntley was practicing again on Wednesday despite being in concussion protocol.


We have made it to Week 15 of the NFL season. This week has a little different timing from the typical schedule as there will be three games played on Saturday. The Baltimore Ravens will take on the Cleveland Browns in an AFC North battle. With the game being on Saturday, Tuesday saw the Ravens take the field for an official practice. Starting quarterback Lamar Jackson is still dealing with his knee injury and was listed as not practicing on Tuesday.

Fantasy football implications for Week 15

This news isn’t exactly a surprise. Jackson is dealing with a knee sprain, and recent reports suggest that he could be out another week. Jackson brings a dual-threat ability that is relatively unmatched in the NFL. Baltimore almost couldn’t have lost a more important player for their team. Jackson has played in 12 games and has thrown for 2,242 yards with 17 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He is the team’s leading rusher with 112 rushes for 764 yards and three touchdowns. If he is unable to play again this week, the Ravens are hopeful Tyler Huntley can overcome his concussion to start for them against Cleveland.