The future of Baltimore Ravens star quarterback Lamar Jackson is one of the top NFL storylines to follow with free agency just a month away.
Jackson has completed his five-year rookie contract and could enter the free agent market next month. Of course, it’s more likely that he’ll either get the franchise tag, re-sign with Baltimore or get traded to another team.
Several recent reports have indicated that the relationship between Jackson and the Ravens is growing more sour by the day. Now, Jonathan Jones of CBS Sports is reporting that the team “did not fully integrate” the 2019 league MVP in the search for their new offensive coordinator.
Interesting, The Athletic’s Jeff Zrebiec responded to a fan and stated his “understanding” is that Baltimore gave Jackson “multiple opportunities to provide input” for the new offensive coordinator hire.
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The Ravens parted ways with well-respected offensive coordinator Greg Roman after their playoff loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, and they have since named Todd Monken the new OC.
Jackson won eight of his 12 starts for the Ravens last season, completing 62.3 percent of his pass attempts for 2,242 yards and 17 touchdowns against seven interceptions to go along with 764 rushing yards and three touchdowns.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.