Lamar Jackson willing to take drastic step in contract standoff?
Lamar Jackson does not want to play next season without a long-term contract, and one NFL insider thinks there is a chance the star quarterback could sit out if he does not get it.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk said on “The Pat McAfee Show” Wednesday that he believes Jackson is likely to remain with the Ravens even after the former MVP went public with his trade request. Whether or not Jackson will take the field and play for a $32.4 million salary is another question. Florio would not be surprised if Jackson refuses to do that.
“I really do think it’s going to come down to him and the Ravens and (whether) they can work something out before the middle of July on a long-term deal,” Florio said. “And if they can’t, will he play for $32.4 million in 2023? I wouldn’t. I would want more than $32.4 million if I’m Lamar Jackson. I think we have to take seriously the possibility that he won’t show up this year unless they offer him more money than what he’s due to make.”
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