It sounds like a failure to communicate from the Ravens Coaching staff.
It's a failure somewhere.
Either the staff didn't properly convey to Jackson the forthcoming changes, or they were conveyed and the message was not received by Jackson.
Truth probably somewhat in the middle.
Maybe a non-story in the scheme of things (as 85Knight said, installation of the offense will begin now)... but Jackson coming into the OTAs and being surprised by the changes is not a good thing imo.
Let’s say the Ravens coaching staff said nothing to him about a change.
But do they have to? Doesn’t common sense say, hey we have a new coordinator, maybe I should check in and see if things are different in any way?
I’m not saying the Ravens coaching staff is infallible here but come on, just normal deductive reasoning tells you something is going to be different.
Has a coordinator every been fired and the guy who replaces him runs the exact same thing as he did?
If that’s what you were going to do, why would you get rid of the original guy to begin with? Obviously you made a change because you want a change of some kind.
If I know and understand that, the damn QB should know that too.