Tyler Huntley

Team: Baltimore Ravens
Position: QB
Height: 6-1
Weight: 204
Experience: 4
College: Utah
Age: 25
Hometown: Dania, FL

Tyler Isaiah Huntley, affectionately known as ‘Snoop’, is a celebrated American football quarterback who has risen in the ranks to play for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League – the premier professional league of American Football. Born on February 3, 1998, he has left an indelible mark on the league, earning Pro Bowl honors in 2022, and all while stepping in for injured starter Lamar Jackson.

Huntley’s journey to NFL stardom began in Florida at Hallandale High School. In high school he showed an uncanny ability for the game, passing for 9,053 yards and 106 touchdowns throughout his high school career. His talent was recognized statewide, as he was named the Florida Gatorade Football Player for his senior year. Improving his game and skills was important to him, which led to his decision to commit to the University of Utah, reuniting him with high school teammate Zack Moss.

His college football career kicked off in 2016, his true freshman year, where he played in four games as a backup to Troy Williams. Huntley’s shining moment came the following year when he was named as the starting quarterback over Williams. Despite injury setbacks that led to missing of three games, Huntley still managed to complete 199 passes of the 312. He managed an impressive 2,411 yards and 15 touchdowns that season, showing huge promise.

Huntley’s college career flourished thereafter. In 2018, he started the first nine games but had to sit out the last five because of an injury. He completed 150 of 234 passes for 1,788 yards with 12 touchdowns. His senior year in 2019 saw him reclaim his position as the starting quarterback. In the historic year, Huntley’s masterly performance saw him pass for 3,092 yards with a sterling record of 19 touchdowns and only four interceptions, also scoring five rushing touchdowns.

Seeking to make the transition from college football to the competitive NFL, Huntley signed with the Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent on April 30, 2020. He bounced between the active roster and practice squad for most of the season, being elevated and demoted numerous times before making his NFL debut in week 15 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. It was Huntley’s performance in the fourth quarter when he stepped in for Lamar Jackson that saw him go 2 for 7, along with four rushes for 18 rushing yards. The Ravens won the game 40-14, a testament to their teamwork and Huntley’s contribution.

Huntley’s first NFL start came on November 21, 2021, in a game against the Chicago Bears. He led the team on a game-winning touchdown, throwing for 219 yards, scoring an interception, and rushing 40 yards. The win was a narrow one, with a final score of 16-13 but was also indicative of Huntley’s potential to shine on the big stage. When he got his second career start against the Green Bay Packers he performed admirably but the team didn’t win the game, the final score being a close 30-31.

Against the odds, on January 31, 2023, Huntley was named as a representative for the 2023 Pro Bowl, serving as a worthy injury replacement for Bills quarterback Josh Allen, and underscoring his rising stature in the league. This came off the back of some significant challenges, as his regular-season statistics were not as grand as some other players. It was also unusual as he had just four games as a starting quarterback. Despite surprising many with this honor, Huntley’s knack for making the most of each opportunity underlines his deserved place in the spotlight.

As of March 15, 2023, Huntley and the Ravens stand in ongoing contract negotiations, following an exclusive-rights free-agent tender being placed on the quarterback. This move from the Ravens ensures that they can match any contract offer from another team for their promising QB, further emphasizing their belief in Huntley. Following this, he officially signed the tender on April 24, 2023.

Tyler “Snoop” Huntley’s journey from high school footballer to Pro Bowl NFL quarterback has been an inspiring rise marked by incredible talent, resilience, and a never-give-up attitude. Despite facing immense challenges, Huntley has shown that with hard work and determination, one can achieve their dreams on the grandest stage of professional football. For Huntley, the future in the NFL certainly seems bright, and fans, teammates, and foes alike will be watching to see how his promising career unfolds.


What Is The Contract Of Tyler Huntley?
Tyler Huntley has a 1-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens for $2,627,000, earning this as a base salary in 2023 with the same amount as a cap hit.

Did Tyler Huntley Make It To The Pro Bowl?
Yes, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley was announced as a Pro Bowler on January 31, 2023.

Does Tyler Huntley Play For The Steelers?
No, Tyler Huntley does not play for the Steelers, he is a player for the Baltimore Ravens.

Who Is Tyler Huntley In The NFL?
Tyler Huntley is an American football quarterback who plays for the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL and is known for his college football career with the Utah Utes where he led them to two Pac-12 Conference South Division titles in 2018 and 2019.

Which College Did Tyler Huntley Attend?
Tyler Huntley attended the University of Utah for college.

What Is Tyler Huntley's Salary?
Tyler Huntley's salary is $2,627,000 per year, as per his contract with the Baltimore Ravens.

What Is Tyler Huntley's 40-yard Dash Time?
Tyler Huntley ran a 4.56 40-yard dash during his own Pro Day.

Who Is Tyler Huntley In The Ravens Team?
Tyler Huntley is an American football quarterback playing for the Baltimore Ravens in the National Football League (NFL), known for his college football career with the Utah Utes where he led them to two Pac-12 Conference South Division titles.

Latest Stats

Houston Texans vs. Baltimore Ravens on Jan 20, 2024 Stats (home)
projected_passing_yards: 50.3
projected_rushing_yards: 13.7
projected_passing_attempts: 13.7
projected_rushing_attempts: 5.5
projected_passing_completions: 7.7

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens on Jan 06, 2024 Stats (home)
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projected_rushing_yards: 21.4
projected_passing_attempts: 19.6
projected_rushing_attempts: 5.1
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Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens on Oct 23, 2022 Stats (home)
projected_passing_yards: 13.6
projected_passing_attempts: 1.3
projected_passing_completions: 1.2

Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles on Oct 16, 2022 Stats (away)
projected_passing_yards: 13.7
projected_passing_attempts: 1.5
projected_passing_completions: 1.2

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens on Jan 09, 2022 Stats (home)
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