It’s doubtful Lamar Jackson will play a game this Sunday in Pittsburgh after not practicing all week, which means Tyler Huntley will likely start his first game of the season.
It looks like it will be Tyler [Huntley] On Sunday, yes, Coach John Harbaugh said on Friday.
Jackson suffered a knee injury in last Sunday’s win over Denver, which Huntley finished with a 91-yard gain.
Huntley also started a game against the Steelers last season, a 16-13 overtime loss at the end of the regular season. He’ll be looking to help snap the Ravens’ four-game losing streak against Pittsburgh.
“It means a lot to both sides, because it’s team play,” Huntley said Friday. “So, [it’s a] A big game, and a pleasure to be a part of.”
Looks like Ronnie Stanley is good to go against the Steelers
Ronnie Stanley has no injury rating ahead of Sunday’s game, which means he should be fine to play against the Steelers.
Having missed the previous two games, Stanley was involved in full practice on Wednesday and limited practice on Thursday before having a rest day on Friday.
Right guard Kevin Zeitler (knee) returned to training on Friday in a limited capacity and is questionable for play. Zeitler has only missed one start over the past eight seasons.
Versatile offensive lineman Patrick Mekari (toe) is also in question, but he had a full workout on Friday, going the right way all week.
Patrick Quinn is questionable to play
Linebacker Patrick Queen (groin) is listed as a suspect but said earlier in the week he expects to play.
The Ravens ruled out cornerback Darrell Worley (hamstring), both suspects Christian Welch (concussion) and Delshawn Phillips (quadruple).
Marcus Williams continued to train this week, but Harbaugh wasn’t involved in updating their prospect of being activated in the 53-man roster for Sunday’s game.
Two of the main crosses are questionable
Steelers outside linebacker TJ Watt (ribs) and wide receiver Diontae Johnson (hip) are both considered questionable to play in Sunday’s game after each limited-scoring practice on Friday.
They followed the same scenario all week with limited practices Wednesday and Friday and a day off on Thursday.
Running back Nagy Harris (italic) was a full practice participant on Friday and is entering the game without an injury identified.
Reserve outside fullback Malik Reed (fullback) is also questionable to play.
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