Per TMZ Sports, Jackson appeared to record video of himself driving 105 mph down the highway while the fasten seatbelt light was illuminated. It's unclear whether Jackson was alone in the car or if the seatbelt light was for a passenger.
Jackson posted the footage on his Instagram story Tuesday and apologized Wednesday on Twitter:
NFL teams are notorious for going the extra mile to keep their players healthy. Kansas City Chiefs general manager Brett Veach even spoke with Patrick Mahomes' agent to get his star quarterback to stop playing basketball in his spare time.
The good news is nothing happened to Jackson while he was showing off the speed of his Mercedes. It's not a great look for the Ravens star, but 22-year-olds will make baffling decisions from time to time.