Ravens' Jackson sidelined from camp due to positive COVID-19 test

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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson will be sidelined from training camp after testing positive for COVID-19, head coach John Harbaugh announced Wednesday.

Harbaugh added that running back Gus Edwards also tested positive. He didn't provide a timeline for Jackson and Edwards' return to practice.

The star signal-caller tested positive for COVID-19 in November and missed one game.

"I wouldn't wish that on anybody, though. It's not good to have," Jackson said at the time of contracting the virus, according to NFL.com's Kevin Patra.

The 24-year-old declined to say whether he's vaccinated during minicamp in June, calling it a personal decision.

Trace McSorley and Tyler Huntley will split the majority of training-camp snaps during Jackson's absence.

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