Ravens QB Tyler Huntley practices again, but QB Lamar Jackson still sidelined – The Denver Post


Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley practiced for the second straight day Wednesday and was listed as a full participant on the team’s injury report ahead of Saturday’s game against the Cleveland Browns approaches.

Huntley, who was still in the NFL’s concussion protocol Tuesday after being knocked out of Sunday’s win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, warmed up Wednesday without his helmet on. But as he jogged over to passing drills, he put his helmet on.

It’s unclear whether Huntley’s been cleared for full participation. He was estimated to be limited in Tuesday’s walk-through, and coach John Harbaugh declined to speculate on his availability for Saturday’s game in Cleveland.

“As he goes through the protocol, we’re allowed to do certain things,” offensive coordinator Greg Roman said Wednesday. “‘Snoop’ seems really, really good to me. He seemed great after the game, and once he clears that protocol, I think: All systems go. And then we’ll just kind of make some decisions after that. But it really doesn’t affect you that much because he’s in good shape.”

Until Huntley’s cleared to play, the Ravens’ quarterback situation will remain in flux. Starter Lamar Jackson (knee), who sat out Sunday’s win, missed his fifth straight practice Wednesday and is unlikely to be activated Saturday. The Ravens’ only healthy quarterbacks are undrafted rookie Anthony Brown, who went 3-for-5 for 16 yards against Pittsburgh, and veteran Brett Hundley, who joined the practice squad last week.

The Ravens’ roster was otherwise healthy Wednesday. Wide receiver Demarcus Robinson (illness) returned after missing Tuesday’s session. Besides Jackson, only defensive lineman Calais Campbell, outside linebacker Justin Houston and cornerback Marcus Peters, who typically get rest days, were missing.

Robinson was listed as a full participant while guard Kevin Zeitler (knee), punter Jordan Stout (knee) and tackles Morgan Moses (knee) and Ronnie Stanley (rest) were listed as limited participants. Special teams coordinator Chris Horton said Stout’s injury is not a concern going into the Browns game.



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