Lamar Jackson says he expects to play for the Ravens for the rest of his career.

Baltimore Ravens star quarterback Lamar Jackson Back to convenience For this week’s compulsory mini-camp, it gives fans a little respite with the status quo on everyone’s mind. The former NFL MVP is entering the final year of its rogue contract, and there has been little movement in the reportedly extended talks. However, Jackson revealed on Thursday that he had signed a contract with the Ravens this week. For Pro Football Talk.

Jackson was also asked if he expects to play in Baltimore for the rest of his career. He did not blink an eye at his answer.

“I hope so. Yes I do.” Jackson replied..

One thing that could either hold, or prevent Jackson’s extension in the near future is the deal a rival QB signed earlier this season. The Cleveland Browns won the sweep of Dishon Watson, and he gave the signal caller a Fully guaranteed, five-year, $ 230 million contract. While Watson is the second highest earning QB in terms of AAV, Through the capThe total bail of 23 230 million broke the record.

When asked how much Watson’s deal could affect him, Jackson said no.

“Nothing, I’m my own man,” Jackson said. Via ESPN.

According to Spotrac according to market valueJackson, a five-year-old, could be in line to sign a $ 220,490,205 contract. The 44 44 million mock AAV will be fourth in the quarterbacks after Patrick Mahoms, Watson and Aaron Rogers. Jackson is coming out of the toughest campaign of his career as he missed the top five games of his career due to an ankle injury. Still, it has already proved that it is a franchise quarterback, as the Ravens have made playoffs in every campaign where they have played at least 15 games.