The Baltimore Ravens boss spoke with members of the media Wednesday to answer questions about the upcoming NFL Draft.

But, the organization didn’t seem interested in answering questions related to quarterback Lamar Jackson’s unresolved contract situation.

Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta and director of player personnel Joe Hortiz were willing to answer a few questions about the quarterback position as it relates to the prospect pool. «I don’t want to insult anybody in the draft, but I would say there are probably more than four guys who can be important quarterbacks in this league in this draft class,» DeCosta said.

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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) looks for a pass in the first half of an NFL football game against the Denver Broncos, Sunday, Dec. 4, 2022, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Ravens representatives likely attended the press briefing expecting reporters to bring up Jackson’s current situation.

Whether or not the team expects the two-time Pro Bowl quarterback to make its roster in 2023 will certainly affect its draft strategy.

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«As far as it’s about the draft and all that,» WJZ’s Alex Glaze began. «With the Lamar thing that’s going on…». Then a Ravens staff member tried to cut off the question.

When the reporter rephrased the question by saying, «When you’re looking at quarterbacks-«, the team employee chimed in again.

«Let’s just get out of the…» the Ravens employee said. «If you have a question about quarterbacks, ask a question about quarterbacks in the draft» and «We’re not going to answer any more questions about that.»

General Manager Eric DeCosta of the Baltimore Ravens speaks to the media during the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 1, 2023 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

General Manager Eric DeCosta of the Baltimore Ravens speaks to the media during the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 1, 2023 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Justin Casterline/Getty Images)

A short time later, Glaze was able to complete her question and said. «Are you looking at quarterbacks differently because of the situation that’s going on?»

DeCosta went on to say that the team is looking for quarterbacks and didn’t rule out the possibility of drafting a young caller later this month.

«I asked [Eric DeCosta] if the ravens look at quarterbacks differently given the Lamar Jackson situation. legitimate question. not sure what the problem was,» Glaze said in a since-deleted tweet.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) battles for yards against Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Devin Lloyd (33) during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, May 27. November 2022, in Jacksonville, Florida.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) battles for yards against Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Devin Lloyd (33) during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, May 27. November 2022, in Jacksonville, Florida. (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)

Jackson’s absence certainly creates a ripple effect that impacts the entire team.

The fallout from his contract dispute forces the Ravens to carefully consider how they draft this year. It also affects the team’s flexibility when it comes to signing free agents and retaining its players.

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DeCosta said the team’s draft board includes quarterbacks because it is made up of the best overall talent.

«It depends on the board, it really does,» DeCosta said. «I would have to say yes because we have quarterbacks in our top 31. So based on that alone, simple math, I would have to say yes,» DeCosta said.