Reports come out on guaranteed money offered to Ravens QB Lamar Jackson

All eyes are on the Baltimore Ravens heading into the 2023 offseason as they look to sign quarterback Lamar Jackson to a contract extension to keep him in the Charm City for the foreseeable future. Jackson has been the heart and soul of what the Ravens do on offense,

Though it may seem like common sense for the team to extend their franchise quarterback regardless of the amount of money it will likely take, Baltimore and Jackson haven’t been able to agree on a long-term deal despite the signal caller being eligible for one for quite some time. Ryan Clark of ESPN shed light on some of the alleged specifics of negotiations, claiming that Jackson was initially offered $113 million in guarantees before that number was raised to $133 million

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There hasn’t been a lot of information regarding what has been going on between Jackson and the organization, as everything with the situation remains tight-lipped. However, there will have to be movement eventually, whether Jackson is quarterbacking the Ravens in 2023 or not.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire