Ravens QB Flacco status for Sunday's game 'up in the air'
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is nursing a hip injury that could threaten his availability for Sunday's game against Cincinnati.
With the Ravens coming off a bye, Flacco received an additional week of rest and treatment after sustaining the injury on Nov. 4 in the opening minutes of a 23-16 loss to Pittsburgh.
Coach John Harbaugh said Monday that Flacco's status against the Bengals is "up in the air" and could be a game-time decision.
If the 11-year veteran can't go, either Robert Griffin III or rookie Lamar Jackson will start for the first time with Baltimore.
The Ravens (4-5) reached their bye week with a three-game losing streak that ruined a decent start and left the team in recovery mode as it seeks to snap a run of three straight seasons without reaching the playoffs.
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