John Harbaugh, the Ravens' head coach, told reporters last week that he expected quarterback Lamar Jackson attending the mandatory minicamp.
This appears to be the current situation.
Jackson didn't attend the Ravens' voluntary offseason program. Harbaugh stated last week that Jackson was doing well away from the facility.
Both the quarterback and team are still involved in an unusual situation. The Ravens seem to be willing to extend Jackson's contract. Jackson, who is the league's 2019 MVP and acts as his own agent has yet to engage the club in meaningful contract negotiations.
Jackson threw for 2,882 yard with 16 touchdowns, 13 interceptions and 16 touchdowns last season. He also ran for 767 yards and two touchdowns in 12 games.