With Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens still at a stalemate, a representative for the quarterback has begun contacting teams in an effort to create a possible landing spot, according to a report.

The representative, who isn't believed to be certified by the NFLPA, is telling teams that Jackson is ready to move on from the Ravens.

Jackson is reportedly seeking a non-guaranteed contract worth at least $200 million.

Since they placed the non-exclusive franchise tag on him, the Ravens can match any offer and would receive two first-round picks if they decide not to match.