Tyler Huntley was back at practice two days after suffering a concussion in the Ravens' win in Pittsburgh.
The Ravens conducted a walk-through practice Tuesday since it's a short week before their Saturday game in Cleveland and Huntley was a limited participant.
After practice, Head Coach John Harbaugh confirmed that Huntley is still in the concussion protocol and it's still too soon to know if he'll be able to play against the Browns.
Lamar Jackson (knee) did not practice Tuesday as he has not taken the field since suffering a knee injury against the Broncos on Dec. 4.
If Jackson and Huntley are not able to play, the Ravens would have to turn to undrafted rookie Anthony Brown again with Brett Hundley as his backup. Both Brown and Hundley are on the practice squad, so the Ravens would need to elevate them to the active roster for Saturday's game.
Right guard Kevin Zeitler was back at practice at limited capacity after missing the Steelers game due to knee soreness. Zeitler practiced in a limited capacity last week but just didn't feel healthy enough to suit up after a pregame workout. It was just the second game Zeitler has missed over the past eight years.
Punter Jordan Stout (right knee) and tackle Morgan Moses (knee) were also limited Tuesday. Wide receiver Demarcus Robinson did not practice due to illness
Browns Lose Linebacker for the Rest of the Season
The Browns will not have starting inside linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah for the rest of the season due to a foot injury, Head Coach Kevin Stefanski announced Tuesday.
Owusu-Koramoah is fifth on the team with 70 tackles and second in tackles for loss (seven).
The Browns did not practice Tuesday, thus their injury report was an estimation. Tight end David Njoku (knee), cornerback Denzel Ward (shoulder) and safety John Johnson (knee) were all listed as limited.