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ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reported over the weekend that free agent QB still hasn’t been presented with a “firm” offer sheet Lamar Jackson from another team.

Lamar Jackson

Fowler mentions those Foal as a wildcard team to look out for Jackson or possibly someone like that jet, depending on what happens to Aaron Rodgersor the Titans And viking

“Right now there is no firm offer sheet for Lamar Jackson. He didn’t sign his franchise tag so that all needs to be sorted out and the draft could really be a good indicator for the league. Because if there’s a team in the top 10 that can’t get their passer, let’s say they want Bryce Young or CJ Stroud and they can’t get him.” Fowler said, according to “Maybe it’s Indianapolis at No. 4, if they don’t get their man they could switch to Lamar Jackson and give up two first-round picks to win him. We were just talking about the Jets. If for some reason the deal with Aaron Rodgers fell through – no one expects that – they could switch to Jackson. And if you talk about good fits, I asked some executives in the league which teams would make sense. You mention Tennessee, which just cleared some cap space. They have a new GM Ran Carthon, who works on the roster. They could use a running quarterback; they have had experience with it in the past. And even a wild card like Minnesota. Kirk cousins has one year left on contract if they want to re-establish their identities there.”

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Jackson is now free to meet with interested teams and there has been no reported progress between him and the Ravens in an overtime.

According to multiple reports, teams are reluctant to sign Jackson to an offer sheet that the Ravens will simply flip and adjust, preferring instead to negotiate a traditional trade with Baltimore.

Jackson, 26, is a former Ravens first-round pick in 2018. He just completed the fourth year of his four-year, $9,471,652 contract, which included a $5,968,472 signing bonus.

The Ravens have exercised Jackson’s fifth-year option, which is fully guaranteed to cost them $23 million for the 2022 season but will not prevent them from working on an extension. He is slated to be an unrestricted free agent in 2023.

In 2022, Jackson appeared in 12 games for the Ravens, completing 62.3 percent of his passes for 2,242 yards, 17 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also rushed for 764 yards and three touchdowns.

We’ll know more about Jackson as the news becomes available.

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