Lamar Jackson rejected a $250 million extension offer from Baltimore Ravens since he desires a deal that is fully guaranteed at the time of signing, Report claims 

Although Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens have kept the  

 information of their collective bargaining private.

 sources confirmed ESPN that the star quarterback turned down a five-year extension worth.

 More than $250 million with $133 million guaranteed at signing.

 According to sources, the augmentation, if it had run through the 2027 season.

would have increased Jackson's total contract value to just under $274 million over six years. 

Jackson would have exercised his rookie contract's $23 million fifth-year option before the extension kicked in in 2023.

 The Ravens' proposal included extension years.