Ravens president Sashi Brown discusses QB Lamar Jackson not being present at OTAs

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The Baltimore Ravens have kicked off their voluntary organized team activities, which are a key time for new and returning players to get some valuable reps in at the facility with teammates and coaches. However, one of the players who wasn’t in attendance for Wednesday’s open session to the media was quarterback Lamar Jackson.

There are multiple schools of thought when it comes to Jackson’s absence. When speaking on WBAL Radio, Ravens president Sashi Brown had some comments on the situation, saying that voluntary means voluntary and talked about the fifth-year player’s desire to be in Baltimore.