Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was ruled out of Sunday's matchup
against the Denver Broncos after suffering a knee injury in the second quarter.
After being observed in the medical tent, Jackson walked into the locker room and was initially treated as a suspect.
The team decided to put him on the shelf for the remainder of the afternoon.
After the Ravens' 10–9 victory, head coach John Harba told reporters that.
Jackson's injury is not considered season ending and is more days than weeks.
Preliminary tests reveal that Jackson is suffering from suffocation.
Will be undergoing an MRI on Monday to come down with the diagnosis specifically.