Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was not at practice this Friday. ESPN's Jamison Hensley said it's an "undisclosed absence" for the former MVP.
Jackson has participated in Baltimore's previous practice sessions this week. There weren't any injury concerns heading into this Friday.
It's possible Jackson is just taking care of a personal matter before Sunday's game against the Panthers.
Of course, some fans are worried about Jackson's status for Week 11. Ravens coach John Harbaugh should address those concerns later this afternoon.
The Ravens are coming off a much-needed bye week. Several members of their offense missed their last game due to injuries.
Jackson, meanwhile, has played in every game for the Ravens this season. He has completed 62.3 percent of his passes for 1,768 yards with 16 touchdowns and six interceptions.
Over the past two games, Jackson has done a marvelous job of elevating the talent around him.
The Ravens will announce Jackson's status for Week 11 later today.