Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley is active and expected to start despite being listed as questionable for Saturday’s home game against the Atlanta Falcons.
Huntley was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday because of shoulder soreness. He said he dealt with the same issue during OTAs.
Huntley will be making his third straight in place of Lamar Jackson, who remains sidelined with a sprained PCL. Jackson has not practiced since leaving Week 13′s win over the Denver Broncos.
Defensive lineman Calais Campbell (knee) and cornerback Marcus Peters (calf) were ruled out on Thursday after sustaining injuries in last week’s loss to the Cleveland Browns. Running back Kenyan Drake, offensive lineman Ben Cleveland, tight end Charlie Kolar and outside linebacker David Ojabo, who made his season debut against the Browns, are also inactive.
The Ravens released veteran linebacker Josh Bynes on Saturday while elevating wide receiver Andy Isabella and quarterback Anthony Brown. Isabella, a second-round draft pick of the Arizona Cardinals in 2019, signed with the Ravens’ practice squad in October and is expected to add depth to the wide receivers corps that is without Devin Duvernay, who injured his foot at practice on Tuesday and was placed on injured reserve.
Five Falcons are inactive: safety Jovante Moffat, cornerback Rashad Fenton, outside linebacker David Anenih, offensive lineman Chuma Edoga (knee) and defensive lineman Matt Dickerson.