On Sunday, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh mentioned that he’d like to get Lamar Jackson some more snaps as the season goes on. He would reiterate that statement during Monday’s press conference.
“You want to keep your offense in a rhythm,” Harbaugh said of utilizing Jackson in the offensive scheme. “You want to keep your quarterback on the field in a rhythm. But, you have a playmaker — you want to get him [involved]. And, you don’t want to just have him run the ball all the time. He’s not a running back. He’s a quarterback.
“So how many throws can you get him, and how many throws can you get him with Joe [Flacco] being not really a legitimate receiver out there unless they just abandon him?
Jackson has had just 12 passing attempts during the entire season with seven completions.

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