Baltimore Ravens Quarterback Exits With Concussion

The Baltimore Ravens may have lost another passer. Second-string quarterback Tyler Huntley suffered a concussion in the second half of his team's AFC North showdown with the Pittsburgh Steelers and has yet to return.
Huntley absorbed a hard hit while trying to rush for a first down. He was replaced in the lineup by Anthony Brown. Brown had never attempted a regular season pass before today's game.

Luckily for the Ravens, they led the Steelers 13-7 at the time of Huntley's exit and had already knocked out Steelers' starting quarterback Kenny Pickett. At the time of writing, Brown added a field goal to put the Ravens up 16-7 in the fourth quarter.

Huntley's absence could loom large if it extends beyond today's game. Top quarterback Lamar Jackson has an unclear timeline as he recovers from a Week 13 knee injury, and the Ravens are presently tied at 8-4 for the top of the AFC North standings. Having to play their third-string quarterback for a week or two could easily cost them the division and even complicate their chances at a Wildcard.
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