Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley is on track to play in Saturday’s game against the Cleveland Browns after practicing for the third straight day Thursday.
Huntley, who’s taken over for the injured Lamar Jackson, started the week in the NFL’s concussion protocol after being knocked out of Sunday’s win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was estimated to be limited in Tuesday’s walk-through, participated fully in Wednesday’s practice and was participating in Thursday’s walk-through.
Jackson, however, remains sidelined by a knee injury he suffered in a Week 13 win over the Denver Broncos. He missed his sixth straight practice Thursday. If he’s unavailable Saturday, the Ravens could elevate not only undrafted rookie Anthony Brown, who replaced Huntley in the second half Sunday, but also veteran Brett Hundley from the practice squad.
Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley, outside linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul and cornerback Marcus Peters were also missing Thursday. All three could be resting ahead of Saturday’s game.
Coach John Harbaugh is scheduled to meet with reporters Thursday afternoon.
This story will be updated.