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No roughing the passer for low hit on Lamar Jackson, because he was out of the pocket

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Article Summary:

When Browns linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah dove at the legs of Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson and struck him low, injuring Jackson’s ankle, some wondered whether a flag would be thrown for roughing the passer – especially in light of the many roughing flags that have been thrown this season.

In this case no violation arose from the low hit.

Per the NFL, that’s why a flag wasn’t thrown – and why a flag shouldn’t have been thrown. He’ll have tests on Monday to better determine the severity of the injury.


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