REPORT: Lamar Jackson Is Using Social Media To Add Plays To Ravens Playbook

The Ravens brought in new offensive coordinator Todd Monken to run the Ravens offense but part of the new approach by Monken is to allow Lamar Jackson to have more freedom and the Ravens signal-caller is loving that very much.

Jackson came across a few plays online while surfing the net, so he decided to send them to the coaching staff. It worked out for him.

Per ESPN’s Jamison Hensley: “Jackson told me he has seen some routes that he likes just kinda looking through social media, he sent them to his quarterback coach [Todd Monken] who then put it in the playbook. Jackson said, ‘Man, I’m glad he’s listening to me.’”

“I was just on social media, and I saw a couple of routes, and I sent it to [quarterbacks] Coach Tee [Martin] and he was like, ‘I’m going to relay the message to Coach [Todd] Monken,’” Jackson said, according to ESPN. “Coach Monken liked the play, so he put it in practice. We didn’t show it today, but I feel like it will be good for us.”

There is a lot of excitement inside the Ravens’ locker room for the upcoming season and what the team can do in the AFC North.