Lamar Jackson ama a sus Ravens

Lamar Jackson dice en Twitter que ama a los Ravens de Baltimore en medio de la incertidumbre sobre el estatus de su contrato más allá de este año

AP Noticias
jueves 31 marzo 2022 04:26
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Lamar Jackson, quarterback de Baltimore, comentó en Twitter el miércoles que ama a los Ravens en medio de la incertidumbre sobre el estatus de su contrato más allá de este año.

“Amo a mis Ravens. No sé quien diablos está sacando esa narrativa de que estoy pensando irme”, dijo Jackson. “Dejen de intentar leer mi mente”.

El contrato de Jackson es un tema en Baltimore por segundo año seguido. El equipo no ha firmado una extensión cuando se enfila a la siguiente temporada con la opción de quinto año. Eric DeCosta, gerente general, dijo el mes pasado que los Ravens están trabajando al ritmo de Jackson.

Baltimore fue diezmado por lesiones, incluidas la del propio Jackson, y terminó con récord 8-9 la temporada pasada.

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