Ravens' Jackson apologizes for posting driving video

Ravens' Jackson apologizes for posting driving video

The Ravens quarterback took to Twitter on Wednesday to apologize for his erratic driving.

TMZ captured the video, which has since been removed from Jackson's Instagram, and pointed out the speed as well as the fact a seatbelt light was lit on the dashboard.

The outlet reported Jackson, who starred at Boynton Beach High and the University of Louisville, posted the video to his Instagram story on Tuesday before later deleting it.

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"I made a bad decision and will set a better example going forward", Jackson tweeted.

Baltimore can't be happy to see its starting quarterback acting like this, though Jackson must be happy police didn't see him acting like this. With Flacco gone, Jackson is now the clear cut starter and there will be quite a few expectations for him next year. He also became the youngest quarterback in National Football League history to start a playoff game when he played the Chargers in the wild-card round of the playoffs.

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