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Lamar Jackson Still Not at Ravens Practice

QB Lamar Jackson

Lamar Jackson is still not at practice Wednesday, marking the 10th straight practice he's missed.

Jackson hasn't practiced since suffering a knee injury on Dec. 4., and he's been sidelined for the past three games.

The Ravens have a big Sunday Night Football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. While Head Coach John Harbaugh has said he's optimistic about Jackson returning this season, he hasn't given any further updates.

Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio reported this week that Jackson's chances of playing this week are "right around 50-50."

Backup quarterback Tyler Huntley helped the Ravens beat the Steelers in Pittsburgh, 16-14. Huntley went 8-of-12 for 88 yards in that game and would get another start if Jackson doesn't return.

Defensive lineman Calais Campbell (knee) and cornerback Marcus Peters (calf) are still not back. Wide receiver DeSean Jackson and outside linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul were out Wednesday due to illnesses. Right tackle Morgan Moses, guard Kevin Zeitler, and outside linebacker Justin Houston got rest days.

Safety Geno Stone (hamstring) was limited. Cornerback Kevon Seymour, who went down late in Sunday's win over the Falcons with an ankle injury, was a full participant.

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