Lamar Jackson in concussion protocol, ruled out for rest of game against Bills
Lamar Jackson is out for the game against the Buffalo Bills.
It's adding injury to insult for the Baltimore Ravens quarterback.
Jackson went down on the last play of the third quarter of the AFC divisional round game at Bills Stadium. He faced heavy pressure on second-and-10 from the Ravens' 10-yard line, retreating near the goal line before throwing the ball away and being called for intentional grounding. Jackson fell backward and hit his head on the ground but was able to walk off under his own power and head to the locker room.
He entered concussion protocol and was ruled out with less than seven minutes remaining.
Earlier in the third quarter with Buffalo up 10-3, it appeared Baltimore was poised to tie the game. The Ravens had goal to go but on third down, Jackson threw a 101-yard pick six to cornerback Taron Johnson as the Bills took a 17-3 lead.
Jackson was injured two plays from scrimmage later.
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