Lamar Jackson and the Ravens were unable to reach an agreement on an extension before their self-imposed deadline.

Later on it is claimed that Jackson declined a last six-year, $290MM deal. 

Jackson disputes that claim, stating that the report "lacks any truth."

Less than half of Baltimore's $290MM offer was reportedly guaranteed, according to reports.

Jackson later acknowledged that the Ravens' real offer was a guaranteed sum of between $160MM and $180MM.

The quarterback also made a suggestion that he would change his mind about not discussing an extension during the current campaign.

The former MVP might still be willing to speak with the Ravens about a new contract.

Jackson has no desire to talk to the media about his probable deal. He told reporters today that he had finished discussing his discussions.

The Ravens front office has been ready to accommodate Jackson's demand for a fully guaranteed contract, which he is still pushing for.

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