Wow!

NFL star Lamar Jackson causes a stir in Tysons Corner

The Ravens QB was shopping at a high-end shoe store.

It’s Christmas so we’re taking some liberties here on The Burn. No, this story isn’t about Loudoun County, and yes, it’s more Baltimore than DC. But the photos were taken by an Ashburn resident — Andrea Lilley — who was kind enough to share them with us.

Lilley was shopping at Tysons Corner Center on Monday when she spotted a crowd of people outside the Blesssed shoe store. Turns out, Lamar Jackson, the superstar quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens, was shopping in the store. Hundreds of fans pressed against the windows outside, waiting for him to exit, with others standing on the level above to get a good view.

When Jackson finally left the store, he was surrounded by fans shouting “MVP, MVP.” He was then whisked out a side door to a waiting car.

For non-football fans, Jackson is the likely MVP for the league after a record-breaking season. According to CBS Sports, “Jackson set the all-time record for rushing yards in a single season by a quarterback. He became the first player in NFL history to throw for at least 3,000 yards and rush for at least 1,000 yards in the same season. He became the first player to throw at least 35 touchdown passes and rush for at least 650 yards in the same season. He also became the youngest player ever to throw 35 touchdown passes, period.”

To thank his offensive linemen for the great job they’ve done this season, Jackson gave each of them a Rolex watch. Perhaps he purchased those during his shopping trip to Tysons.

Images: Andrea Lilley
5 Comments
  1. Hiram Robinson El 3 years ago
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    Lamarvelous should know by now that he loved across this NATION.
    HJ

  2. Hiram Robinson El 3 years ago
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    Lamarvelous should know by now that he loved across this NATION.
    HJ

  3. Josh McCullough 3 years ago
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    I’ll never understand celebrity. He’s just a guy trying to do some shopping. These people have nothing better to do?

  4. Peter Brown 3 years ago
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    Let the guy go about his business. Give him space. Nothing more pathetic of a sight then all those people waiting for him to leave. Reminds me of the villagers waiting for the angles to leave Lots home that long ago day in Sodom ..

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