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Ravens’ Jackson inactive against Bears because of illness


CHICAGO (AP) — Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is inactive for the game against the Chicago Bears because of an illness. Jackson’s absence is a huge blow for the Ravens as they try to bounce back from a loss at Miami and maintain their slim lead in the AFC North over Pittsburgh. With Jackson out, Tyler Huntley is set to make his first career start. A second-year pro from Utah, Huntley has appeared in four games. Jackson, the 2019 MVP, missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, but he was a full participant Friday. Coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday the illness wasn’t COVID-19.

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