Baltimore Ravens rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson is lining up at different positions with Joe Flacco under center as the team begins to scheme ways to get the talented playmaker involved once the 2018 NFL season gets underway.
On Tuesday, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said the offensive staff has "worked hard" to generate creative ways for Jackson to make an impact while Flacco remains the starting QB, per Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com.
"Gosh, I sure like him out there helping us," Harbaugh said. "If you put two quarterbacks on the field at once, what options does it create for our offense? That's what we're trying to figure out."
Jackson was insistent about staying at quarterback during the draft process and said he wouldn't entertain the idea of playing wide receiver on a full-time basis at the NFL level.
"That's crazy," he told reporters about a potential position change at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine in March. "I thought I did a good job at quarterback. I thought I did. You know? But, hey, they say what they want to say. I'm here now. I'm happy to be here. Now I just have to show my ability."
There's No Offseason for NFL Workout Warriors
Norman Goes on Shopping Spree for Detained Families
Hue Jackson 'Cleansed' Cleveland with Lake Erie Plunge
'Last Chance U 'Star Getting His NFL Shot
Is 44-Year-Old T.O. Working Out for a Comeback?
Eagles Drafted a 6'8", 346-Lb Rugby Player 😳
Happy 4-Year Anniversary to the 2014 NFL WR Class
One-Handed LB Might Be Draft's Biggest Badass
Mayfield's Journey to the Draft Ends Thursday
Ball Fam Has Nothing on the St. Browns 😏
NFL Stars Spending Their Offseasons Giving Back
Derrius Guice Runs from Difficult Upbringing
Harold Landry Is Draft's Best Pure Pass-Rusher
Which Teams Are the Best Fit for Dez?
Johnny Football Is BACK!
Quavo's Mega-Celebrity Flag Football Game
Meet the NFL's Next Alshon Jeffery
Tremaine Edmunds Is NFL Draft No-Brainer
Grading the Rams' Deal with Suh
Meet the Undisputed Top CB in the NFL Draft
The Ravens traded up to the No. 32 overall pick in the draft's first round to select the 2016 Heisman Trophy winner, but Flacco is entrenched as the starter, at least for the time being.
That means Jackson will likely be forced to play other positions to see consistent involvement as a rookie. Putting him on the field either in the backfield or as a wideout will create the potential for a litany of trick plays for Baltimore.
Jackson sounded open to the idea Tuesday.
"I have a lot of fun seeing what they come up with and what they're going to come up with next," he said, per Hensley. "We'll see where it goes. You have to use your good players."
The Ravens will hope Jackson's unique versatility, the addition of tight ends Hayden Hurst and Mark Andrews in the draft and signing free-agent wide receivers Michael Crabtree, Willie Snead and John Brown revitalizes an offense that ranked 27th in the league last season.