Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson departed Saturday night’s playoff game against the Buffalo Bills and will not return.
Jackson was hurt on the final play of the third quarter with Baltimore trailing 17-3. The Ravens said Jackson was in the concussion protocol and ruled him out for the rest of the game.
Jackson completed 14 of 24 passes for 162 yards and one interception and rushed for 34 yards on nine carries. His interception was returned 101 yards for a touchdown by Taron Johnson in the third quarter.
Jackson was injured after chasing a poor snap by center Patrick Mekari and wildly throwing the ball out of bounds from his own 2-yard line. He landed hard on the turf and needed help from the training staff and was taken to the locker room for evaluation.
Rookie Tyler Huntley replaced Jackson. Huntley threw five regular-season passes.
–Field Level Media