Lamar Jackson not practicing at start of playoff week

Harbaugh was also asked if he would feel comfortable with Jackson playing less than 100%.

“Any player goes there, and if he’s healthy and safe and he won’t do any damage to an injury, any player plays and does what he can at the level that he can. ‘he can in this situation,’ Harbaugh said.

Huntley didn’t pitch at all last week as he suffered from tendonitis in his right shoulder. A wrist injury was also added to Huntley’s injury report last week. Harbaugh said Huntley is “much better”.

“He was out there in practice today and played a couple of games,” Harbaugh said. “So he had a good day today. I’d say he’s on schedule, hopefully, and we’ll see where that goes. He’ll be throwing as much as he’s willing to throw from day to day. ‘other.”

Undrafted rookie Anthony Brown, who started the regular-season finale at Cincinnati, and veteran practice squad quarterback Brett Hundley were the only quarterbacks throwing passes. Brown completed 19 of 44 passes for 286 yards at Cincinnati, but had three turnovers.

Guard Ben Powers, left tackle Ronnie Stanley, defensive lineman Calais Campbell, outside linebackers Justin Houston and Jason Pierre-Paul, long snapper Nick Moore and cornerback Brandon Stephens were also not present at training. All were off days except Moore and Stephens, who are struggling with illnesses. Stephens is back in Baltimore after being treated at a local Cincinnati hospital last Sunday.

Cornerbacks Marcus Peters (calf) and Marlon Humphrey (shoulder) were limited.

For the Bengals, starting guard Alex Cappa (ankle) and starting wide receiver Tee Higgins (illness) did not practice. Cornerback Cam Taylor-Britt (groin) was limited.

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