The Baltimore Ravens and Lamar Jackson are at a standstill.

The Ravens' star quarterback wants a guaranteed contract comparable to Deshaun Watson's deal with the Cleveland Browns and only submitted counteroffers of fully guaranteed contracts exceeding Watson's during negotiations last year, according to Jeremy Fowler and Jamison Hensley of ESPN.

Cleveland signed Watson last March to a five-year, $230-million fully guaranteed deal – the richest contract in NFL history.

Baltimore is reportedly resistant to a fully guaranteed deal; Jackson turned down a five-year, $250-million contract with $133 million guaranteed in September, according to Fowler and Hensley.