Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson does not say how he’ll handle training camps, season without a contract.

OWINGS MILLS Md. — Quarterback Lamar Jackson He spoke with the Baltimore Ravens The former NFL MVP did not give any details about his contract situation this week. However, he was open to the possibility of reporting to training camp or playing at the beginning of the season with no new contract.

Jackson expressed confidence, however, when Jackson was asked if he thought he would continue to play in Baltimore.

Jackson stated Thursday, “I expect so.” Jackson said Thursday, “So, yes, that's what I expect.”

Jackson, who will be making $23.016million on his fifth year option in 2022 for his fifth, said that his absence from the three week of voluntary team activities was not contract-related. He arrived at mandatory minicamp Monday. This was his first visit to the Ravens' facility in five months.

Jackson was asked if he would be available to play in Week 1 if he didn't have a contract.

Jackson was again asked if he would attend training camp and continue the season without any extension. “We are having a conversation about this. He said, “I don’t know.”

Jackson dismissed the impact of Deshaun WatsonHis contract regarding his situation. After being traded to Cleveland Browns Watson signed a fully guaranteed contract worth $230million for five years in March. It is $80m more guaranteed than any other NFL player.

Jackson declared, “I am a man of mine.” “I don't care what those guys get,” Jackson said.

Ravens officials say Jackson has been slow to enter negotiations. Jackson stated that he had “a discussion” with the team regarding his contract.

He said, “We're just keeping this private.”

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