Lamar Jackson, the Baltimore Ravens' quarterback, returned to practice on Friday and will be starting Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos.
Jackson moved about during practice's media viewing section. He didn't seem to be strained by his back, which has kept him from practice for the past two days. Jackson threw the ball on the run, moved in the pocket, and leapt in the air when an assistant gave him the ball.
Coach John Harbaugh stated that Jackson participated in Friday's practice.
Jackson was only the second consecutive time he had been unable to practice for consecutive times in his four-year career. Jackson has never been injured and has not been unable to play in a game.
Greg Roman, Ravens offensive coordinator, said that Jackson was experiencing a "little back flare-up", but it wasn't serious.