Jackson says there could be ‘cutoff’ point for negotiations

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BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson’s contract negotiations are lingering into training camp, and Jackson says at a certain point, it could be time to put those talks aside.

Jackson says there will probably be a cutoff point for negotiations. That’s not a huge shock. Contract talks during the season can be distracting. So it appears if the Ravens don’t reach a long-term deal with him soon, this saga could stretch into next offseason.

This season is Jackson’s fifth-year option.


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