Tyler Huntley

Baltimore Ravens
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Baltimore Ravens
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Tyler Huntley News

Full practice, deemed questionable

Huntley (shoulder) was a full practice participant Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Cincinnati.

Analysis: The upgrade to full participation suggests he's on track to play, but Huntley himself said Friday afternoon that he's only 90 percent healthy and anticipates being a game-time decision ahead of the 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff. With Lamar Jackson (knee) still not practicing and already ruled out, the Ravens seemingly will only go as far as Huntley (or third-stringer Anthony Brown) can take them this January. The Bengals are heavily favored, though the Ravens put up a decent fight last week in a 27-16 loss with Brown playing QB and a few healthy starters rested. Huntley will at least have TE Mark Andrews and RBs J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards at his disposal if he plays this week, though Baltimore's WR room is far from playoff-worthy.

Jan 13, 2023 11:43 AM EST

Expecting game-time decision

Huntley (shoulder) said he's about 90 percent healthy and will be a game-time decision ahead of Sunday night's matchup with the Bengals, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.

Analysis: Huntley presumably will be listed as questionable on the final injury report, while Lamar Jackson (knee) figures to be doubtful/out. If Huntley can't go, Anthony Brown will make another start, facing the same Bengals defense that beat up on him last week -- this time with both teams' seasons on the line.

Jan 13, 2023 10:21 AM EST

Logs limited practice

Huntley (shoulder/wrist) was officially a limited practice participant Thursday.

Analysis: Huntley, who is dealing with tendinitis in his right (throwing) shoulder, per Jamison Hensley of ESPN, was able to resume throwing at Thursday's practice, which bodes well for the signal caller's chances of being available for Sunday's playoff game against the Bengals. Meanwhile, Lamar Jackson (knee) remained sidelined Thursday and is trending toward being out this weekend. Friday's injury report will add further context to Baltimore's QB situation, but assuming Huntley avoids any setbacks, he'd figure to draw the start versus Cincinnati, assuming Jackson is unavailable. In Huntley's Week 18 absence, Anthony Brown served as the Ravens' starting quarterback.

Jan 12, 2023 1:51 PM EST

Back throwing Thursday

Huntley (shoulder) was seen throwing during individual and team drills during Thursday's practice, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.

Analysis: When Huntley went down as a limited participant Wednesday, he didn't throw, so Thursday's development is a positive sign after he was inactive Week 18 in Cincinnati. The Ravens are gearing up to face their AFC North foes again on the road this Sunday in the wild-card round, and Huntley now seems to be on the road to being available for that contest, while Lamar Jackson (knee) again sat out. Thursday's practice report will reveal if Huntley remained limited or upgraded to all activity.

Jan 12, 2023 11:26 AM EST

Limited practice Wednesday

Huntley (shoulder/wrist) was limited at practice Wednesday.

Analysis: According to Jamison Hensley of ESPN, Huntley -- who is dealing with tendinitis in his right shoulder -- didn't throw during the media-access portion of Wednesday's practice, while fellow QB Lamar Jackson (knee) remained sidelined. With Jackson trending toward missing Sunday's game against the Bengals and Huntley no lock to be ready this weekend, it's possible undrafted rookie Anthony Brown could draw his second straight start for the Ravens in the team's playoff opener.

Jan 11, 2023 1:55 PM EST

Not throwing at practice

Huntley (shoulder) is on the field for Wednesday's practice but doesn't appear to be throwing, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

Analysis: Huntley was held out Week 18 and may be in danger of missing Sunday's playoff game against Cincinnati. Lamar Jackson, meanwhile, is absent from practice for a sixth straight week due to a PCL injury. Anthony Brown and Brett Hundley are Baltimore's healthy options at quarterback.

Jan 11, 2023 11:16 AM EST

Inactive against Bengals

Huntley (shoulder) is inactive for Sunday's game in Cincinnati, leaving Anthony Brown as the Ravens' starting quarterback, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Analysis: Reports throughout the week mostly suggested Huntley was on track to play, but then Saturday he was said to be a true game-time decision... and now he's out for the season finale. Brown, an undrafted rookie, previously got some playing time Week 14 against the Steelers when Huntley left early due to a concussion.

Jan 8, 2023 8:31 AM EST

Game-time decision

Huntley (shoulder), officially listed as questionable, is a game-time decision for Sunday's matchup against the Bengals, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Analysis: Huntley was expected to remain the Ravens' starter in the absence of Lamar Jackson (knee), though he's now battling injuries of his own. Schefter reported that Anthony Brown took first-team reps in practice during the week and that Baltimore won't announce a starter until pregame warmups. Huntley has struggled as the team's starter across the last five games, as he's managed only two touchdown passes as opposed to three interceptions.

Jan 7, 2023 9:11 PM EST

Questionable for Sunday's game

Huntley (shoulder/wrist) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals after practicing in a limited fashion this week.

Analysis: Meanwhile, Lamar Jackson (knee) has been ruled out for a fifth consecutive contest, while Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com relays that both Huntley and coach John Harbaugh noted Friday that they expect Huntley to start at QB for the Ravens this weekend. Either way, official confirmation of Huntley's availability versus Cincinnati will arrive prior to the first wave of games Sunday, with the Ravens kicking off at 1:00 ET.

Jan 6, 2023 12:12 PM EST

Trending toward another start

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that "there's a good chance" Huntley (shoulder/wrist) will start Sunday's game against the Bengals, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com.

Analysis: Harbaugh confirmed Friday that Lamar Jackson (knee) has already been ruled out for a fifth straight game this weekend, leaving Huntley as the next man up at quarterback. Though he's started each of the past four games in Jackson's absence, Huntley's Week 18 status is more muddled than usual while he fights through tendinitis in his right shoulder as well as a wrist injury. According to Hensley, Harbaugh said the Ravens opted not to have Huntley do any throwing during the open portions of practice this week due to the lingering tendinitis issue, but Huntley participated in all walk-through drills and team meetings to keep himself prepared for the starting assignment. Huntley is still likely to carry an injury designation into the weekend, and if the Ravens have any concerns about his ability to throw while he manages the two injuries, he'll likely give way to undrafted rookie Anthony Brown at quarterback.

Jan 6, 2023 10:29 AM EST

Logs another limited practice Thursday

Huntley (right shoulder/wrist) remained limited at practice Thursday.

Analysis: Meanwhile, Lamar Jackson (knee) missed practice again and seems to be trending toward another absence Sunday against the Bengals. Per Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun, Huntley didn't appear to throw a pass in individual and team drills during the media-access portion of Thursday's session, which puts the focus on what he's able to do on the field Friday. If neither Jackson or Huntley are available this weekend, Anthony Brown would be next up for the Ravens' Week 18 QB reps.

Jan 5, 2023 1:47 PM EST

Listed with two injuries

Huntley (shoulder/wrist) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.

Analysis: Despite dealing with a pair of injuries, Huntley is trending toward another start when the Ravens face the Bengals on Sunday, as QB Lamar Jackson (knee) remains absent from practice to open the week. Huntley has now played five weeks in a row, including four starts, without throwing for 200 yards or accounting for more than one touchdown. The Ravens have won three of their past five games without once scoring more than 17 points in that stretch.

Jan 4, 2023 1:59 PM EST

Low volume in narrow loss

Huntley completed 14 of 21 pass attempts for 130 yards, a touchdown and an interception in Sunday's 16-13 loss to the Steelers. He added 24 yards on seven rushing attempts.

Analysis: Huntley had his team in position to win this defensive battle, but he ultimately fell short when he threw an interception on Baltimore's final drive. The 24-year-old primarily targeted Mark Andrews, with 100 of his 130 passing yards going to the star tight end. Lamar Jackson's (knee) status is still uncertain for the regular season finale against the Bengals in Week 18, so Huntley may be asked to make another start as the Ravens prepare for postseason play.

Jan 1, 2023 9:51 PM EST

Starting again with Lamar out

Huntley will start Sunday against the Steelers, as Lamar Jackson (knee) has been ruled out.

Analysis: Jackson has yet to practice since injuring his knee Dec. 4, so it's not surprising that Huntley will make a fourth consecutive start. Baltimore has employed a run-heavy approach in Huntley's previous outings, with the quarterback contributing a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown while tossing two interceptions. Jackson regaining health in time to face the Bengals in Week 18 is far from guaranteed at this point.

Dec 30, 2022 12:13 PM EST

Likely Week 17 starter

Coach John Harbaugh noted Friday that it's a "fair assumption" Huntley will start Sunday night's game against the Steelers, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.

Analysis: That's not surprising, given that fellow QB Lamar Jackson hasn't practiced since injuring his knee on Dec. 4. Huntley is thus trending toward another start, with Friday's final injury report set to add further context with regard to the Ravens' Week 17 QB situation.

Dec 30, 2022 10:38 AM EST

Does just enough against Falcons

Huntley completed nine of 17 passes for 115 yards and a touchdown, carried the ball 11 times for 26 rushing yards and ran in a two-point conversion in Saturday's 17-9 win over Atlanta.

Analysis: It was far from a productive game, but the Ravens defense didn't allow the Falcons to score a touchdown at all, so Huntley's second-quarter TD strike to Demarcus Robinson and subsequent two-point conversion wound up being the difference. Baltimore locked up a playoff spot Saturday with the win and a Patriots loss to the Bengals, so while Lamar Jackson (knee) is potentially poised to begin practicing next week, the team may elect to prioritize keeping him healthy for the postseason -- leaving Huntley under center for a Week 17 clash with the Steelers.

Dec 24, 2022 2:54 PM EST

Cleared for third straight start

Huntley (shoulder) is active for Saturday's game against the Falcons.

Analysis: Huntley was a mid-week addition to the Ravens' injury report due to right shoulder tendinitis, a condition that first surfaced during the preseason. Though the quarterback was a limited participant in Baltimore's final two practices of the week before taking a questionable tag into the weekend, the team never had much concern about Huntley's availability. He'll pick up his third consecutive start with Lamar Jackson (knee) out of the lineup, and with Jackson's status for Week 17 against Pittsburgh still very much up in the air, Huntley could see additional action beyond Saturday. Through his first four appearances (two starts) this season, Huntley has completed 70.3 percent of his passes for 5.6 yards per attempt, zero touchdowns and two interceptions while carrying 25 times for 87 yards and a score.

Dec 24, 2022 8:35 AM EST

Remains in line to start Saturday

Huntley, who is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Falcons due to right shoulder tendinitis, remains in line to make his third consecutive start, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Analysis: Even though Huntley was a limited participant for the Ravens' final two practices of the week, Rapoport relays that the quarterback was able to make all his throws without any major discomfort, clearing the way for the 24-year-old to direct the offense once again this weekend while Lamar Jackson (knee) is sidelined. Fantasy managers planning on deploying Huntley in lineups this week will still want to confirm that he isn't included on the Ravens' inactive list, which will be released 90 minutes prior to the 1 p.m. ET kickoff.

Dec 24, 2022 5:11 AM EST

Questionable, but on track to start

Huntley (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Falcons but is on track to make his third straight start with Lamar Jackson (knee) ruled out for the contest, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.

Analysis: Even though Huntley was listed as a limited participant in practices Wednesday and Thursday while battling right shoulder tendinitis, head coach John Harbaugh said he has no concern about the quarterback's ability to complete passes while he tends to an injury to his throwing arm. Per Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun, Huntley looked to be more actively involved during Thursday's practice than he did Wednesday, even though it didn't translate into any change in how the Ravens listed his level participation. While the injury might not dramatically affect Huntley's outlook for Week 16, the 24-year-old hasn't been overly impressive in his first two turns filling in for Jackson. Between games against the Steelers and Browns -- the former of which he exited early due to a concussion -- Huntley completed 25 of 42 attempts (59.5 percent) for 226 yards, zero touchdowns and one interception while rushing 15 times for 46 yards.

Dec 22, 2022 12:02 PM EST

Set to start Saturday

Huntley (right shoulder) is in line to start Saturday's game against the Falcons, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.

Analysis: When asked Thursday if there is any concern about Huntley's right shoulder issue, coach John Harbaugh said "no," while Huntley himself indicated "I'm good." As a result, Huntley is slated to fill in for Lamar Jackson (knee) once again Saturday in a game in which the Ravens could be contending with cold and windy Baltimore weather.

Dec 22, 2022 10:18 AM EST

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