Hours before the Ravens finalize their initial 53-man roster, coach John Harbaugh said the team is leaning toward keeping three quarterbacks for the third consecutive season.
“It looks like that right now. We’ll have to see,” Harbaugh said Saturday on a virtual conference call.
It appears that the third spot will go to second-year quarterback Trace McSorley, with The Athletic reporting that undrafted rookie Tyler Huntley will be released.
Huntley, who was named first-team All-Pac-12 Conference at Utah, outplayed McSorley through portions of training camp. But the lack of preseason games and film this year may give the team a better chance of clearing Huntley through waivers and bringing him back onto the practice squad, which has been expanded to 16 players this season.