Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was added the the injury report on Saturday because of an illness that has bothered him all week.
Jackson is listed as questionable.
Jackson returned for a full practice Friday after missing two days with an illness. He did not carry an injury designation after Friday’s practice and said with a big smile that he was “feeling great.”
Jackson has missed only two games in his four-year NFL career. He sat out the 2019 season finale because Baltimore had already secured the No. 1 seed and was held out of a Week 12 game in 2020 after testing positive for COVID-19.
Tyler Huntley, who is the Ravens’ primary backup, has never started an NFL game. Baltimore elevated quarterback Trace McSorley from the practice squad. He would back up Huntley if Jackson can’t play.
The AFC North-leading Ravens (6-3) are coming off a 22-10 loss at the Miami Dolphins, scoring their fewest points with Jackson as a starter.