Lamar Jackson Age, Net Worth, Girlfriend, Family, Height and Biography

lamar jackson
Net Worth $6 Million
Name Lamar Jackson
Date of Birth 7 January 1997
Age 27 Years Old
Gender Male

Lamar Jackson Net Worth

$6 Million

Lamar Jackson also known as Lamar Demeatrice Jackson Jr. is an American football player. As of 2023, Lamar Jackson’s net worth is $6 million. He attended Louisville, where he won the Heisman Trophy as a sophomore and was taken by the Ravens as the last first-round choice in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Jackson took over as the Ravens’ starting quarterback after an injury to incumbent Joe Flacco in his first season and led the club to a division championship, while also becoming the NFL’s youngest quarterback to start a playoff game at the age of 21.

Lamar Jackson Wiki/Biography

Born on 7 January 1997, Lamar Jackson’s age is 27 Years Old as of 2023. He was born and raised in a well-settled Christian family from Pompano Beach, Florida, United States. He holds an American by nationality and has his belief in the Christian religion.

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Lamar Jackson Childhood Pic

He completed his early schooling at a Boynton Beach High School, Boynton Beach, Florida, United States.

After that, he enrolled himself at the University of Louisville, Kentucky, the United States from where he completed his graduation. From the very beginning of his childhood, he was more interested in football rather than in studying.

Name Lamar Jackson
Full Name Lamar Demeatrice Jackson Jr.
Net Worth $6 Million
Date of Birth 7 January 1997
Age 27 Years Old
Birth Place Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
Currently Live In Owings Mills, MD
Profession Football Player
Years Active 2018 – Present
Nationality American
Religion Christian
Ethnicity African-American Descent
Hometown Pompano Beach, Florida
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
School/High School Boynton Beach High School, Boynton Beach, Florida, United States
College/University University of Louisville, Kentucky, the United States
Education Qualification Graduate

Family, Girlfriend & Relationships

Lamar Jackson’s parents are Lamar Jackson Sr. and Felicia Jones. Lamar Jackson’s father’s name is Lamar Jackson Sr. who was a businessman by profession and his mother’s name is Felicia Jones who is a homemaker.

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Lamar Jackson with his Mother

He also has three siblings, there names are not known.

Lamar Jackson’s marital status is unmarried. He is currently in a relationship with Jamie Taylor. He has one daughter named Milan.

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Lamar Jackson’s Daughter
Father Name Lamar Jackson Sr.
Mother Name Felicia Jones
Brother Name
Sister Name
Girlfriend Jamie Taylor
Marital Status Unmarried
Children Milan (Daughter)

Physical Appearance

Lamar Jackson is a young good-looking smart and handsome guy with a charming and dashing personality. He owns a strong and attractive physique with impressive body measurements and a normal body type.

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He is about 6 feet 2 inches in height and his body weight is around 96 Kg. He has short and stylish black color hair and also has blistering black color beautiful and mesmerizing eyes.

Height (approx) in centimeters: 188 cm
in meters: 1.88 m
in feet inches: 6’ 2”
Weight (approx) in kilograms: 96 kg
in pounds: 211 lbs
Eye Colour Blistering Black
Hair Colour Black


Lamar Jackson started his career as a freshman at Louisville. The Ravens activated Jackson’s fifth-year option on 30 April 2021, for $23 million guaranteed in 2022. Jackson had COVID-19 around training camp, his second illness.

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Jackson had 235 passing yards, 86 rushing yards, and a throwing touchdown against the Raiders in Week 1, but the Ravens lost 27–33 in overtime.

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In Week 2, Jackson threw for 239 yards, ran for 107 yards, had two interceptions, and three touchdowns as the Ravens beat the Chiefs 36–35.

In the closing seconds of the game, Ravens kicker Justin Tucker hit an NFL-record 66-yard field goal to give the Ravens a 19–17 win against the Detroit Lions.

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In week 5, Jackson threw for 442 yards, four touchdowns, and 62 yards rushing, helping the Ravens overcome a 19-point deficit to win 31–25 in overtime.

For the first time, a quarterback completed at least 85% of his throws while completing 40+ passes. The Ravens’ coach, John Harbaugh, termed it one of the finest ever.

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Against the Los Angeles Chargers the next week, Jackson set a new record for most victories by a starting quarterback under 25. In Week 12, Jackson threw four interceptions against the Browns.

The Ravens, however, defeated the Browns 16–10. In Week 14, Jackson suffered an ankle injury after being struck by Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah in the first quarter and was ruled out for the 22–24 loss. His MVP season earned him a second Pro Bowl selection.

Jackson won his first playoff game, defeating the Tennessee Titans in a rematch of last year’s Divisional Round. A touchdown run and 179 yards passing led to a 20–13 win. In the Divisional Round against the Buffalo Bills, Jackson threw a costly red zone pick-six to Taron Johnson late in the third quarter. The Ravens lost 17–3 after he sustained a concussion in the third quarter.

To start the season, Jackson completed 20 of 25 throws for 275 yards and three touchdowns. He was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week. On Monday Night Football against the Kansas City Chiefs, Jackson threw for 97 yards and one touchdown.

Jackson threw for 193 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 52 yards and one score in the Ravens’ 31–17 victory against the Washington Football Team in Week 4. In a 24–28 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jackson threw two interceptions, including his first career pick-six, and lost two fumbles. On 26 November 2020, Jackson was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Accessed on December 7.

In Week 13, Jackson faced the Cowboys. Jackson rushed for 94 yards and a touchdown while passing for 107 yards and two scores. The next Monday night, against the Cleveland Browns, Jackson ran for 124 yards, an NFL record.

Jackson left the game in the third quarter due to leg cramps. He sat out the fourth quarter as Cleveland rallied from a 14-point hole to win 35–34. With two minutes left in regulation, backup Trace McSorley injured his left knee. On 4th and 5, he hit Marquise Brown for a 44-yard touchdown.

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