You know the vibes are immaculate in Baltimore when teammates are pulling off jokes on each other daily, aren't they?
That's exactly what Ravens safety Darryl Worley did to fellow member of the Flock and quarterback Lamar Jackson on Thursday, per Kyle Goon, when he decided to share custom-made tees emblazoned with the picture of a young Jackson... donning a Florida State hat.
No need to mention, Jackson is definitely not related (nor wants to be) to FSU and the Seminoles having attended Louisville during his college days. The tees, as shown above, dubbed "That's my quarterback," featured a hilariously edited high school pic of the quarterback and a very delightful and subtle jab.
The prank stirred controversy, as Jackson humorously called for a "boycott" of the shirts, although his protest didn’t gain much traction among teammates, per those sharing the story.
Tweeted Goon: "Minor controversy in the locker room today: Safety Daryl Worley had Lamar Jackson MVP shirts printed for every member of the Ravens. The only issue is Jackson himself doesn’t seem to be a huge fan, calling for a 'boycott' of the shirts. He hasn't generated much support."
In response to the prank, Jackson lightheartedly commented, "Burn the shirts. I'm Louisville."
In much more serious news, the truth is that everybody is hella cool inside the room. The Ravens are entering Week 15 with a few players banged up, yes, and notably facing a possible short-term future without starting safety Kyle Hamilton available next Sunday.
Other than that, the confidence is such that the franchise has already started selling postseason tickets because hey, we're going places baby!
Next in line: a trip to Jacksonville this weekend followedby a Christmas Eve matchup at San Francisco and a return home to host the mighty Dolphins. Nobody ever said it was going to be easy, but you bet these guys are surely getting there.