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Tyler Huntley Practices Fully, But Still Questionable to Play

QB Tyler Huntley
QB Tyler Huntley

Tyler Huntley was a full participant in the team's final full practice before heading to Cincinnati for the start of the playoffs, but he's still listed as questionable to play.

Huntley threw passes Thursday and Friday as he deals with tendonitis in his throwing shoulder and a wrist injury. Huntley said he's almost at 100% physically after sitting out last week's game and resting his arm, but that he'll be a "game-time decision."

Asked how he feels, Huntley said, "Shoot, it's up there, it's a good percentage. I think we're pushing 90, 99, around there. We're up there. We practiced today, and we're just seeing how we're gonna feel these next couple days."

Lamar Jackson has been ruled out, leaving Huntley, Anthony Brown and Brett Hundley (practice squad) as the three quarterbacks.

Brown told reporters that he's staying ready to play, just like any other week. The undrafted rookie, who got his first NFL start in Cincinnati last week, would start again if Huntley isn't able to play.

"I think playing in a regular-season game was extremely important," Brown said. "And on top of that, maybe playing against the same team again is a really good thing to help my experience just in case I do get the call this weekend."

Running back Gus Edwards cleared concussion protocol Friday and enters the game without an injury designation, meaning he's good to go. That's big news for an offense that could lean heavily on its ground game with Jackson out.

"I feel great. I'm motivated, energized, and ready to prove a point," Edwards said.

Cornerback Marcus Peters will return after missing the past three games due to a calf injury. He practiced fully Thursday and got a rest day Friday and enters the game without an injury designation.

That's significant also because cornerback Brandon Stephens, who had stepped in for Peters, has been ruled out. Peters went to the hospital last weekend in Cincinnati with an acute illness. Though he's back in Baltimore and "feeling better and is in good spirits," he did not practice this week.

Long snapper Nick Moore and offensive lineman Trystan Colon returned to practice from illnesses Friday. Wide receiver Tylan Wallace (hamstring) has been ruled out.

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