The Pittsburgh Steelers listed quarterback Ben Roethlisberger as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens as he recovers from a meniscus tear in his left knee.

Coach Mike Tomlin told ESPN and WDVE 102.5 after practice Friday that the Steelers have not yet made a determination on Roethlisberger’s availability.

“We had a good day today. He had a good day today,” Tomlin said. “We’ll see how his body responds to the work. We don’t have to make the decision today so we won’t. We’ll continue to push forward toward game day.”

Roethlisberger has been limited in practice all week. He underwent surgery Oct. 17 to repair the knee injury.

Landry Jones is the backup and is ready to make his second consecutive start if necessary as the Steelers come off their bye week.

Tomlin would not say how reps were divided between Roethlisberger and Jones, who started for the Steelers in their 27-16 loss to the New England Patriots in Week 7 after Roethlisberger’s knee surgery.

Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley told reporters Thursday that Roethlisberger “looked good out there today. (He) did what he was supposed to do, made some throws. We’ll see.”

Running back DeAngelo Williams (knee) and cornerback William Gay (foot) are also listed as questionable for Sunday.

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