Ravens OC Greg Roman discusses progress of QB Tyler Huntley

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The Baltimore Ravens are in the middle of their 2022 voluntary organized team activities, where players can get time on the field with their teammates and coaches to begin building chemistry. Many Baltimore players have shown up, but as with many teams there have been others who have opted not to participate so far, including quarterback Lamar Jackson.

In Jackson’s place, quarterback Tyler Huntley has been getting the first-team reps. When offensive coordinator Greg Roman was asked about Huntley’s progress and how beneficial it is for the quarterback to get first-team reps, he talked about how Huntley looks good.

“It’s huge. Every opportunity we have to get out here and practice, he’s taken advantage of them. [He’s] doing a really good job. I think he’s taking the natural growth that you would expect, commanding things, operating things, knowing how to fix things on the fly. He’s doing a really good job.”