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Tyler Huntley had the low RFA tender used by the Ravens Wendesday.
This allows the Ravens to match any offer that Huntley were to receive from another team, but would not get any compensation if he leaves. The 25-year-old played in six games last season, completing 67% of his passes, registering 658 passing yards, two touchdowns, and three interceptions. The move is a little surprising considering the question marks surrounding Lamar Jackson and his contract. If Huntley and Jackson were to leave, the Ravens would be in desperate need for a quarterback.
Tyler Huntley (shoulder/wrist) is considered questionable to play in Sunday's playoff matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Huntley was previously limited in practice all week due to shoulder and wrist injuries, but he was able to log a full practice session on Friday. He's listed as questionable for Sunday, but he seems to be trending towards playing and starting with Lamar Jackson being ruled out. He's been up-and-down when starting for Baltimore this year, but he will still offer them a chance to take down their division rivals in the first round of the playoffs.
Tyler Huntley was limited in practice on Thursday.
It is the second straight limited practice for Huntley, but he was also able to throw in front of reporters on Thursday which he did not do on Wednesday. With Lamar Jackson not expected to play, Huntley appears to be on track to start Sunday's Wild Card game against the Bengals.
Tyler Huntley is officially inactive for the Ravens’ Week 18 matchup with the Bengals.
Huntley was listed as questionable with a shoulder injury and was considered a game-time decision. With Huntley inactive, Anthony Brown will get the start in the Ravens’ regular season finale.
Baltimore Ravens QB Tyler Huntley, who has been limited in practice all week, is officially questionable to play in Ravens' regular-season finale.
The Ravens are still fighting for playoff seeding with a game against the Cincinnati Bengals up next. If Huntley can't suit up, the Ravens will likely turn toward QB Anthony Brown with the postseason approaching. Huntley has yet to throw for more than 150 yards, and the Bengals are fighting for seeding as well.