Fantasy football owners who drafted Lamar Jackson can finally breathe a sigh of relief.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson and cornerback Marcus Peters are back in practice today. According to Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk, the 23-year-old quarterback missed the last two practices due to “soft tissue concerns.” Head coach John Harbaugh refused to explain further regarding Jackson’s injury.
The Pro Bowl quarterback was a human highlight reel in 2019 throwing for 3127 yds, 35 touchdowns, and only picked off six times. However, he was also dynamic on the run with 1206 yds and an absurd seven touchdowns.
He remains a top-tier draft pick in fantasy football.
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On the defensive side of the ball, Peters is back on the field after dealing with “a soft tissue injury.” In 2019, the 27-year-old cornerback embraced his second chance when he was sent to the Ravens in a trade with the Los Angeles Rams for LB Kenny Young and an undisclosed draft pick.
Peters picked off three balls and scored two touchdowns in nine games with Baltimore.