15 Players to Watch at Ravens OTAs


QB Lamar Jackson

All eyes will be on Jackson, as usual, when he takes the field for the first time as the Ravens’ newly minted man. Jackson said on “The Lounge” podcast that it feels like a “fresh start” and that he’s “basically starting over.” This is the start of Jackson’s next chapter as he looks to build towards a championship with upgraded weaponry and a new play-caller. What Jackson does between the whistles probably won’t be much of note. He’s the same player he was before. But it will be his first time working in-person with new Offensive Coordinator Todd Monken, both in practice and in the classroom. That’s where Jackson will do his most important work during OTAs.