The Ravens are planning to start Lamar Jackson at quarterback for the third consecutive game, according to a report by Mike Garafolo of NFL Network.
According to the report, Joe Flacco has not been allowed medically to play, but his status could change in the coming days.
The Ravens did not make any official report on Flacco's status and did not name a starter.
Flacco has neither played nor played since his right hip injury on November 4 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said on Monday that Flacco needed to see a doctor that day to re-examine his right hip injury. It must be cleared by a doctor before returning to practice or play.
Harbaugh is in no hurry to announce his starting quarterback for the Atlanta match. It may not be this week at all, but once Flacco is allowed to play, the Ravens will have a decision to make. The Ravens had a break Tuesday but will resume training on Wednesday. The Ravens (6-5) are 2-0 with Jackson as a starter, with both victories at home.