Ravens QB Tyler Huntley has a shot to play in Week 15

Ravens, Tyler Huntley. (Photo by G Fiume/Getty Images)
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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley was listed as a limited participant in Tuesday’s practice, and his status for Week 15’s game still remains up in the air.

Head coach John Harbaugh made it clear earlier this week that Tyler Huntley was in concussion protocol after sustaining a head injury in Week 14 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and that fact doesn’t seem to have changed.

Huntley apparently participated in the team’s walk-through on Tuesday, but that doesn’t mean he’s good to go. He still has to log in a full participation in practice, and with the Ravens playing on a shorter week, there’s a good chance Huntley may not recover in time.

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Along with Huntley, guard Kevin Zeitler, offensive tackle Morgan Moses, and punter Jordan Stout were also limited in practice. Lamar Jackson wasn’t present at all.

If Huntley can’t make it onto the field prior to Saturday’s game, the Ravens will likely roll out with undrafted rookie Anthony Brown, who helped clinch a win in Week 14 with the help of the running game.

The same game plan the Ravens had against the Steelers will likely apply against the Browns: Baltimore needs its defense to stand strong and its rushing attack to stay potent.

Playing an inexperienced quarterback against Browns’ pass-rusher Myles Garrett is less than desirable, though the Ravens may not have much of a choice at this point.

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Keep an eye on Huntley’s practice status for the rest of the week.