“Inside the NFL” sent Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis to Baltimore in late December to spend time with Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson.
The segment was taped before the Ravens were knocked out of the postseason and the full episode aired Tuesday night.
“Inside the NFL” teased the segment Monday night on Twitter with a video clip, which showed Lewis and Jackson discussing the signal-caller’s speed, decision-making when lining up under center, teammate support and what it means to play in Baltimore.
— Inside the NFL (@insidetheNFL) January 14, 2019
“I already said it when I got drafted: I wanted to bring a Super Bowl to Baltimore,” Jackson said.
During the 23-17 loss, Jackson struggled early and often.
If Lamar wants to be like Brady, he’s going to have to do a much better job of protecting the football.
That being said, he’s the youngest QB to start a playoff game in league history!
The future is bright for Lamar Jackson.
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