The Baltimore Ravens went on to win an NFL-record 24th consecutive preseason game on Saturday when they defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 20-19 at the M&T Bank Stadium.
Lamar Jackson sat this game out giving way to Josh Johnson to start and play two full quarters before the veteran opened the door for Tyler Huntley, who started the second half.
Huntley was forced out of the game in the third quarter, appearing in just two offensive drives but passing for more yards and the same number of touchdowns (one) as his elder.
In Jeff Zrebiec's game recap for The Athletic, the beat reporter wrote that "Harbaugh declined to identify Huntley’s injury, saying only that it was 'nothing major.'"
"Ravens QB Tyler Huntley, who went to the locker room late in Saturday’s preseason game, had a minor hamstring tweak, per source. No big concern."- Tom Pelissero, NFL Network
On Sunday, Tom Pelissero of Alper of NFL Network revealed that the Ravens and Huntley have, in fact, dodged a bullet.
Pelissero kicked the day off revealing that "QB Snoop Huntley, who went to the locker room late in Saturday’s preseason game, had a minor hamstring tweak, per source. No big concern."
Huntley is expected to win the backup-quarterback role to play behind Lamar Jackson and inevitably/eventually get the QB1 as the season grows old considering Jackson's issues with staying healthy for the entirety of a season and into the postseason.
On Saturday, Huntley completed 8-of-11 passes for 88 yards and a touchdown while also rushing the rock a couple of times for 13 bonus yards on the ground. He avoided getting intercepted, while fourth-string quarterback and second-year player Anthony Brown threw a pick-six that put the Ravens on the verge of collapsing late.
The Ravens lived to fight another day when it comes to their never-ending winning streak through preseason games, now spanning 24 games with their latest defeat happening all the way back in Sep. 2015.