Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was a full participant in Friday's practice, the first time he's done that since injuring his hip in Week 9.
Whether he starts on Sunday versus the Kansas City Chiefs remains in question.
Rookie Lamar Jackson has started three games since Flacco went down, winning all three.
Flacco has been dealing with a right hip injury since Nov. 4. He was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday, although Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Flacco was "almost full" in Thursday's session.
Harbaugh said last week that doctors will need to clear Flacco before he can play. He declined to say who the starter will be once Flacco is fully healthy.
Jackson has completed 46 of 77 passes for 540 yards and two scores this season. He's also rushed 80 times for 404 yards and three touchdowns.
Flacco, the Ravens starter since 2008, is 4-5 this season and has thrown for 2,465 yards and 12 touchdowns.
--Field Level Media
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