Baltimore Ravens’ opening guard Lamar Jackson was already a one-time MVP in the NFL, but according to Jamison Hensley from ESPN, got into a primetime duel last Monday with the Indianapolis Colts, which hasn’t played a rough sale penalty since December 2019, despite its ability to prolong kicks combined with its star status.
That changed in the third quarter of the competition when referee Land Clark threw a flag at Colts midfielder Darius Leonard for hitting an elusive signalman.
Jackson expressed his gratitude during a conversation with reporters on Wednesday.
“Mr. Clark, I appreciate this call,” Jackson said. “I remember his name.”
The 2019 MVP continued, “It was a pretty cool call and it was also fair. He hit me in the face. Not that it was a BS call or anything like that. It was cool to get it. ”
As Todd Karpovich As noted for SI.com, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said the team wanted to speak to the league office about the dubious hit Jackson suffered during a week four victory over the Denver Broncos that went unnoticed by officials: