Ravens QB Lamar Jackson talks about goals for next season while supporting former teammate Willie Snead IV

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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is a great player on the football field. He’s shown that he’s one of the brightest young stars in the NFL, with his play speaking for itself. However, he’s turned himself into a role model off of the field, showing that he values communities by being supportive and generous to those around him.

A video recently surfaced of Jackson showing up to Palm Beach county to support wide receiver Willie Snead IV, his former teammate in Baltimore. During his time there, he talked about his goals for the upcoming season, saying that he wants to win the Super Bowl while getting better both as an individual and as a team.

Snead helped lead the Palm Beach Christian Saints in their first ever playoff game, which turned out to be a win by the score of 42-0.

Jackson has always been a supportive teammate and friend, and his recent appearance to be there for Snead is just the latest example to show that. He also made it clear that he has big expectations for the 2022 season for the Ravens, which many also do with the additions the team has made as well as the projected returns of many injured stars, including Jackson himself.