Lamar Jackson wants the Cleveland Browns to hold their horses.
Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman spoke Thursday with the Browns on potentially becoming their next head coach after firing Freddie Kitchens last week.
Jackson, who was named first-team All-Pro by The Associated Press on Friday, says Browns need to relax because Roman has enough on his plate with the playoffs.
“They need to chill out,” Jackson said when asked about the Browns’ interest in Roman. “We got something to do right now.
“We need him to focus because we need to focus. We’re trying to get somewhere. You guys are going to have your own turn when the season is over with.”
The Ravens are 14-2 and are the top seed in the AFC as they have a bye in the 1st round and wait to see who they will be playing.