Why do they call Tyler Huntley snoop?

The Ravens signed Tyler Huntley as an undrafted rookie last year, and he quickly became the team’s No. 2 quarterback after Trace McSorley went down with an injury. Huntley impressed in his brief playing time, and he even got the start in the divisional playoff game against the Buffalo Bills and played the entire fourth quarter.

Since Lamar Jackson is currently receiving treatment over a sprained ankle, Huntley may get the nod to start this week against the Green Bay Packers. The squad and coaches are fully behind Huntley if he has to play.

Huntley got the Ravens within two points with an 8-yard touchdown pass to tight end Mark Andrews in last week’s 24-22 loss to Cleveland. The Ravens were given a chance to win after safety Chuck Clark recovered an onside kick. The Cleveland defense got a sack, and Huntley’s fourth-and-6 pass to youngster Rashod Bateman fell short.

Huntley completed 27 passes out of 38 attempts for 270 yards and a touchdown. He was also responsible for two fumbles.

Why do they call Tyler Huntley snoop?

“Snoop” is a nickname that the rest of Tyler Huntley’s teammates call him fondly. In high school, Huntley was called “Snoop” because of his resemblance to the rapper Snoop Dogg.

The nickname stuck, and he’s come to terms with his newfound reputation for calm composure under fire.