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Ravens’ Jackson returns vs. Falcons

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Baltimore Ravens rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson has returned to the game on Sunday, according to NFL.com. The Ravens are facing the Atlanta Falcons at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

Jackson left the game in the third quarter. He went into concussion protocol. However, it must have been fine or the Ravens and the specialists would have never let him back into the game if he had a concussion.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson runs with the ball against the Cleveland Browns
Lamar Jackson runs with the ball against the Cleveland Browns (Getty Images)

When Jackson left the game, Robert Griffin III was called into duty.

Jackson took a foot to the face by offensive line Ronnie Stanley. Following a three-yard gain on a rushing play, Stanley’s cleat caught the rookie signal-caller in the face.

He reportedly told a trainer that he felt dizzy after the incident. That then triggered the quarterback to be entered into the concussion protocol.

He was checked out in the blue medical tent on the sidelines. A short-time later, the medical professionals took Jackson to the locker room, where he was checked out even more.

When he was in the locker room, Jackson had to go through more tests to ensure that his brain was fine.

“They just wanted to go through the protocol,” Jackson said after the game. “When I got in the back, I asked one of our trainers, ‘Man, what’s the score? ‘ He told me it was still the same score. So I’m like, ‘I’m cool.’ But they need to hurry up and get me out there. I wanted to get back on the field and help my team win.”

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