“Lamar Jackson Turns Down $133 Million Contract Offer as Negotiations Begin”

Lamar Jackson, the star quarterback of the Baltimore Ravens, has been making headlines recently as the new league year approaches. According to The Athletic, Jackson’s market remains unclear as negotiations have not led to a deal, leaving many wondering what kind of contract he will ultimately sign.

NFL.com reports that Jackson recently turned down a three-year, $133 million fully guaranteed contract, tweeting about the decision himself. However, BaltimoreRavens.com says that teams can now negotiate with Jackson in what they call a “historic event.”

Meanwhile, CBS Sports interviewed Brian Jones on Boomer and Gio about why Jackson still doesn’t have a contract. Jones speculated that it may be because of the coronavirus pandemic, which has created financial uncertainty for the NFL.

Finally, Baltimore Beatdown issued a correction to a previous report regarding Jackson’s contract, saying that he was actually offered a six-year, $290 million deal with $133 million fully guaranteed.

As the situation continues to unfold, fans and analysts alike will be eager to see what the future holds for Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens.