Huntley signed a reserve/future contract with the Ravens on Monday. After Lamar Jackson suffered a head injury in Saturday's divisional-round playoff game, Huntley stepped in and was a critical component of the team. The quarterback was able to complete six of 13 pass attempts for 60 yards and had three rushes for 32 yards. While the team won't advance to the next round of playoffs, Huntley managed to earn himself another chance with the team. The 2020 undrafted rookie will compete with 2019 fourth-round pick Trace McSorley for slotting at QB for the Ravens.
Huntley completed six of 13 pass attempts for 60 yards, adding three rushes for 32 yards during Saturday's 17-3 divisional-round loss to the Bills. Huntley was inserted into action after Lamar Jackson suffered a head injury on the final play of the third quarter, providing the undrafted rookie with his third career NFL appearance. It was a daunting situation for Huntley to step into, relieving the reigning MVP in the waning stages of a road playoff game with Robert Griffin (thigh) and Trace McSorley (knee) both unavailable with IR designations. The 22-year-old helped Baltimore pick up five first downs over two full drives of work, but each possession resulted in a turnover on downs. Huntley's contract does not extend into next season, but he could return as a backup QB with a skillset that matches that of Jackson's better than the team's other options.
The Ravens elevated Huntley to the active roster Friday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Huntley was promoted once again, as Robert Griffin (thigh) and Trace McSorley (knee) remain on injured reserve. The undrafted rookie out of Utah will back up Lamar Jackson in Saturday's AFC divisional-round game against the Bills.
Huntley reverted to the Ravens' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. If Robert Griffin (thigh) and Trace McSorley aren't ready for the AFC divisional round, Huntley likely will be elevated from the practice squad again for a matchup against the Bills.
The Ravens elevated Huntley to the active roster Saturday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Robert Griffin (thigh) and Trace McSorley (knee) remain on injured reserve, so Huntley will serve as Lamar Jackson's backup in Sunday's wild-card game against the Titans. Huntley has played 28 snaps on offense this season, completing three of five passes for 15 yards and running 10 times for 23 yards.
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