Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson did not participate in open media practice Wednesday, three days after injuring his knee. a 10-9 win over the Denver Broncos.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Jackson is week-to-week and he is “probably less likely” to play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Tyler Huntley, who played the final three quarters against Denver and threw a 91-yard game-winning drive, would start if Jackson can’t go.
The Ravens were without offensive linemen, with starting right tackle Morgan Moses, starting right guard Kevin Zeitler, tackle Patrick Mekari and center Trystan Colon all missing the open portion of practice. Mekari played through a foot injury against Denver.
Other players missing included wide receiver Devin Duvernay and cornerback Daryl Worley. Defensive end Calais Campbell, outside linebacker Justin Houston and cornerback Marcus Peters were also out, though all three veterans generally have rest days on Wednesday.
The Ravens added three-year veteran cornerback BoPete Keyes to their practice squad and re-signed wide receiver Binjimen Victor, who they released to make room for DeSean Jackson on their 53-man roster.
Linebacker Patrick Queen, who suffered a bruised thigh against the Broncos, practiced Wednesday. So is left tackle Ronnie Stanley, who has missed the past two games with an ankle injury.
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