By Matthew Stevens
The Baltimore Ravens are going to be relying on quarterback Lamar Jackson for the foreseeable future. By trading back up into the first round of the 2018 NFL draft for Jackson and handing him the keys to the offense in the middle of the season, Baltimore has tied its fortunes to the young passer.
While Jackson put together a pretty impressive season with the Ravens that ranks well when compared to other rookie seasons by legendary mobile quarterbacks, it wasn’t perfect. Jackson had plenty of moments where his rawness as a passer shone through. From inaccurate passes to a rushed and sloppy throwing motion, Jackson and Baltimore are looking for improvement next season.
It’s something Jackson seems to be committed to doing. This offseason, he has been working out in Florida with quarterback guru Joshua Harris, according to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley. On Sunday, Harris psoted a video on Twitter of Jackson working on his dropback.
— Joshua Harris (@HCA_CoachHarris) March 31, 2019
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