Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson missed Friday's practice with an illness and was listed as questionable on the team's injury report for Sunday's game against the visiting Carolina Panthers.
Still, coach John Harbaugh sounded confident when speaking to reporters that Jackson will play.
"He'll be fine," Harbaugh said. "He tried to get to practice but was just too sick."
Harbaugh didn't discuss the nature of Jackson's illness.
Jackson, 25, has led the Ravens to a 6-3 record and first place in the AFC North this season. He has completed 62.3 percent of his passes for 1,768 yards and 16 touchdowns. He's added 635 rushing yards and two scores.
Also listed as questionable were tight end Mark Andrews (knee/shoulder) and running back Gus Edwards (hamstring/knee). Both were limited in practice all week until Friday, when Andrews was a full participant.
Cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis (hip) is doubtful after not practicing the past two days.
Baker Mayfield returns this week as the starting quarterback for the Panthers (3-7) with P.J. Walker (ankle) one of three Panthers listed as out this week along with defensive tackle Matthew Ioannidis (calf) and free safety Juston Burris (illness/concussion).
Tight end Giovanni Ricci (neck) and cornerback Jaycee Horn (foot) are questionable, with free safety Myles Hartsfield (ankle) listed as doubtful on Carolina's official injury report.
--Field Level Media