Lamar Jackson quickly apologizes for driving 105 miles per hour without a seat belt

Ruben Hill
March 15, 2019

South Florida native Lamar Jackson, who is a quarterback with the Baltimore Ravens, recorded a video of himself driving 105 miles per hour and, apparently, without a seat belt, according to TMZ Sports.

Originally from Jackson's Instagram story, TMZ Sports reposted the video (which has since been removed) with arrows drawing attention to the seat belt icon on the dashboard as well as the speedometer.

For the better part of the second half of the 2018 National Football League season, rookie Lamar Jackson was the starting quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens.

Jackson threw for 1,201 yards, six touchdowns and three interceptions as a rookie last season while rushing for 695 yards and five scores.

Baltimore can't be happy to see its starting quarterback acting like this, though Jackson must be happy police didn't see him acting like this.

"I made a bad decision and will set a better example going forward", Jackson tweeted.

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