The Baltimore Ravens placed quarterback Tyler Huntley on the Covid-19 list on Saturday, so they have run out of their top two quarterbacks for Sunday’s game against Cincinnati, by the first North American site.
Lamar Jackson missed last week’s duel with a sprained ankle, and the Ravens just announced that the star will not be able to travel with the team.
Huntley had played well for Jackson during the previous weekend’s game, a loss to Green Bay. Now, Josh Johnson remains as the best alternative in the position for the team.
The Ravens signed Johnson, 35, before last week’s game. He appeared in three games early in the season with the New York Jets.
The Ravens have suffered blow after blow since running backs JK Dobbins and Gus Edwards they were out of the rest of the season with knee injuries before even playing their first games of the year.
There are more than a dozen Baltimore players on the disabled list and several more on the COVID-19 list. The Ravens (8-6) have managed to retain the top spot in the Northern Division, at least on a shared basis, throughout the season. But if they fall to the Bengals (8-6), they will be ousted.
Baltimore activated quarterback Kenji Bahar, member of the practice team.
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Tyler Huntley enters the NFL’s Covid-19 list