Lamar suffers concussion in 2nd half of loss to Bills
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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson suffered a concussion in Saturday's 17-3 divisional-round loss to the Buffalo Bills, head coach John Harbaugh confirmed after the game, according to Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic.

Jackson headed to the locker room for concussion evaluation after taking a big hit at the end of the third quarter, and the Ravens quickly announced he would miss the rest of the contest.

The reigning MVP was hurt while attempting to throw the ball away on a bad snap, appearing to hit his head on the ground.

Trainers briefly tended to Jackson in the end zone before he left directly for the locker room. Undrafted rookie Tyler Huntley entered the game in his place but couldn't help the Ravens add any points.

Jackson and Baltimore's offense struggled for much of the game. The star quarterback threw a 101-yard pick-6 on the drive prior to his injury to give the Bills a double-digit lead.

Jackson was 14-of-24 for 162 yards and no touchdowns before leaving the game, adding 34 yards on the ground.

Baltimore is reportedly expected to enter into contract talks with the signal-caller this offseason.

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