Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was a full participant in Friday's practice for the first time since injuring his hip in Week 9, but he is officially questionable Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Flacco has not been cleared yet to play a game, but that could happen before Sunday.
Rookie Lamar Jackson, who has won all three starts since Flacco went down, is expected to start again, but head coach John Harbaugh declined to confirm as much. Harbaugh acknowledged it's possible Flacco could be the backup against the Chiefs, but he did not address who will be the team's starter over the rest of the season.
"I'm not getting into all that," Harbaugh told reporters.. "... It's not something that we're going to talk about. I'm not trying to be coy or clever. We're just rolling. We're just going to play the games. We don't feel like we owe any explanations to anybody. We're going to put our best team out there and try to go play some football."
Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg was asked if there could be chances for both quarterbacks to play during different parts of the game.
"Certainly could be," he replied.
Flacco has been dealing with a right hip injury since Nov. 4. He was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday, although Harbaugh said Flacco was "almost full" in Thursday's session.
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. He has never dressed in a game as a backup.
--Field Level Media
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