Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was limited in Monday's practice with a quad injury.
Jackson didn't participate in any drills during the media-viewing portion of Monday's practice, which was a 90-minute walkthrough. He entered the indoor fieldhouse when reporters were leaving, walking with a slight hitch. Jackson wasn't present on the field when practice ended.
Harbaugh declined to say whether Jackson would be limited in practice Tuesday. Harbaugh did say the injury is not serious, but it's a short week as the team plays the Jets on Thursday. This is obviously a story to monitor for Jackson owners counting on him in Week 15 in a nice matchup against the Jets.
After Jameis Winston's visit with a hand specialist this afternoon, the team is "optimistic" about him continuing to play this season, I'm told. The issue was determining if he could risk further injury by continuing to play.
Rapoport went on to say the MRI confirmed the news for the former first-round pick, who also has additional damage to his knee. He’s out until training camp. Tough injury for a player who was starting to come on and steal snaps from Carson. Carson should go back to getting a bulk of the work with Prosise mixing in.