Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson missed another week of practice because of his knee injury and he’s set to miss another game as well.
Head coach John Harbaugh didn’t officially rule Jackson out when he spoke to reporters on Friday, but did say that it is a “fair assumption” that Tyler Huntley will be at quarterback against the Steelers on Sunday night. That will be Huntley’s fourth straight start and his second against the Steelers as the Ravens beat their divisional rivals 16-14 in Week 14.
Defensive lineman Calais Campbell (knee) and cornerback Marcus Peters (calf) have also missed practice time this week and Harbaugh said all three players are continuing to make progress in their recoveries.
“They’re both progressing very well and I would say the same thing about Lamar. All three of these guys are working very hard,” Harbaugh said.
Campbell was on the practice field Friday and the team will release a full set of injury designations later in the day.
“Fair assumption” that Tyler Huntley starts again for Ravens originally appeared on Pro Football Talk