Harbaugh, Lamar Jackson met after 'out of character' tweet 

November 29, 2022

By priyanka

How much money did Lamar Jackson want? 

Report: Ravens Lamar Jackson Declined $250 Million, Wants Full Guaranteed Deal.

Why did Lamar Jackson turn down contract? 

Sources told ESPN's Chris Mortensen that the Ravens proposed a six-year contract believed to pay Jackson a higher average salary and more guaranteed money than deals signed this summer by Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson and Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray.

What contract did Lamar decline? 

Although Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens have kept details of their contract negotiations private, the star quarterback turned down a five-year extension offer worth over $250 million with $133 million guaranteed at signing, sources told ESPN

Will Lamar Jackson get a new contract? 

Lamar Jackson will play the 2022 season on the fifth year of his rookie contract after he and the Ravens were unable to come to an agreement on a long term deal ahead of his self-imposed Friday deadline. Jackson, the 2019 league MVP, is now set to hit free agency after the 2022 season.

What offer did Lamar Jackson turn down? 

The 2019 NFL MVP received a contract offer worth around $250 million from the Baltimore Ravens before the two sides halted talks on Friday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on Sunday.

Will Lamar Jackson be a free agent? 

In 2025, Jackson likely would become a free agent, since the franchise tag would entail a 44-percent bump over 2024. That's $55 million under the non-exclusive tag and nearly $80 million under the exclusive tag. They also could use the transition tag in 2025, at a 20-percent increase over his 2024 salary.

Does Lamar Jackson want a fully guaranteed contract? 

According to a team source who wasn't authorized to speak publicly on the matter, Jackson was seeking a fully guaranteed deal as he entered the final year of his rookie contract.

What kind of contract is Lamar Jackson looking for? 

However, ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports that Jackson is seeking a fully-guaranteed contract like the one given to Deshaun Watson. Per Mortensen, the NFLPA consulted with Jackson and said that he "was justified to demand a fully guaranteed contract" if he so desired.