Lamar Demeatrice Jackson Jr., a quarterback with the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens, was born on January 7, 1997. At Louisville, he won the Heisman Trophy as a sophomore and was taken by the Ravens as the final pick in the first round of the 2018 National Football League Draft. After Joe Flacco was injured in his first season, Jackson took over as the starting quarterback for the Ravens and led the team to a division title. He also became the NFL’s youngest starting quarterback in a playoff game at the age of 21.



Jackson set a single-season record for quarterback rushing yards and led the league in touchdown passes the following season, leading the Ravens to the American Football Conference’s top seed (AFC). He became the second unanimous Most Valuable Player (MVP) and the fourth African-American quarterback to win the award as a result of his achievement. Jackson followed up his MVP season by becoming the first quarterback to record successive 1,000-yard rushing seasons while leading the Ravens to their third straight playoff appearance.

Lamar Jackson Net Worth

Lamar Jackson net worth is estimated to be around $4 million to $5 million



Lamar Jackson Stats

TD–INT: 84–31
Passing yards: 9,967
Completion percentage: 64.1
Passer rating: 98.1
Rushing yards: 3,673
Rushing touchdowns: 21

Lamar Jackson Contract

Lamar Jackson signed a four-year, $9,471,648 contract extension with the Baltimore Ravens, which includes a $4,968,471 signing bonus, $7,575,059 in guaranteed money, and an average yearly salary of $2,367,912.

Lamar Jackson Age

Lamar Jackson is 25 years old

Lamar Jackson Jersey

Lamar Jackson wears the number 8 Jersey number

Lamar Jackson Awards

NFL Most Valuable Player (2019)
First-team All-Pro (2019)
2× Pro Bowl (2019, 2021)
NFL passing touchdowns leader (2019)
Bert Bell Award (2019)
College
Heisman Trophy (2016)
Maxwell Award (2016)
Walter Camp Award (2016)
Associated Press Player of the Year (2016)
Sporting News Player of the Year (2016)
Unanimous All-American (2016)
ACC Athlete of the Year (2018)
2× ACC Player of the Year (2016, 2017)
2× ACC Offensive Player of the Year (2016, 2017)
2x First-team All-ACC (2016, 2017)
Louisville Cardinals Ring of Honor
Louisville Cardinals No. 8 retired

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