The Baltimore Ravens have six players in the 2023 Pro Bowl Games representing the team.
One of those players is backup quarterback Tyler Huntley.
It was announced in December that Huntley was a fourth alternate to make the Pro Bowl,
and was officially named to the Pro Bowl on January 31st, replacing Buffalo Bills star quarterback Josh Allen.
Ravens tight end Mark Andrews was asked how excited he was when he found out the Tyler Huntley was going to the Pro Bowl.
He couldn’t contain himself, sharing the joy he had,
when he found out that his teammate got the nod to head to Las Vegas for the event.
Huntley is currently slated to be a restricted free agent,
which means that another team can sign him to an offer sheet. If so,
the Ravens have seven days to match that offer, whereas if they don’t he can leave for a new team.