Tyler Huntley off Ravens COVID reserve list

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The Ravens got quarterback Lamar Jackson back on the practice field Wednesday and Tyler Huntley should be joining him on Thursday.

The team announced that Huntley has been activated from the COVID-19 reserve list. Both quarterbacks were unavailable for last Sunday’s game against the Bengals, which left Josh Johnson to start in the 41-21 loss.

Huntley had started the previous game because Jackson has been sidelined by an ankle injury. He went 28-of-40 for 215 yards and two touchdowns while also running 13 times for 73 yards and two touchdowns in a 31-30 loss to the Packers. The start was his second of the season and the second of his NFL career.

The Ravens have not made any official announcements about the starter for this Sunday’s home game against the Rams and how Jackson looks in practice will likely be a big factor in the decision.

Defensive tackle Justin Madubuike and safety Tony Jefferson were also activated by the Ravens on Thursday.

3 responses to “Tyler Huntley off Ravens COVID reserve list

  1. I’d start Huntley. The offense has been far better with him and even Johnson than Lamar. Same o line, same weapons, and significantly better performance across all offensive metrics (points scored, yardage, QBR, turnovers). But still people will make excuses for Lamar’s poor play… this isn’t 2019. Lamar’s on the decline and these games with Huntley and Johnson prove it.

  2. Johnson and Huntley have only looked better passing the ball. They aren’t winning games though. Lamar puts a bad team on his shoulders and pulls out wins. They aren’t pretty but he gets it done.

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