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Sport What time is kickoff and who will broadcast Ravens-Steelers on Sunday?

00:15  26 november  2020
00:15  26 november  2020 Source:   touchdownwire.usatoday.com

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Ravens now have had five players and four staffers test positive for COVID this week, sources tell ESPN. I'm still told there are a few more players who will be going on list in the next day or two. This Thanksgiving Day , it's the Ravens vs Steelers at Heinz Stadium on Sunday Night Football.

NFL moves Ravens - Steelers Thanksgiving game to Sunday after Baltimore puts four players on the The Thanksgiving night game between the Ravens and Steelers has been switched to Sunday The NFL announced the move Wednesday, but did not specify a time of game nor which network would

The Baltimore Ravens have been plagued by a COVID-19 outbreak this week causing the Thanksgiving night game against the unbeaten Pittsburgh Steelers to be postponed until Nov. 29.

a group of football players on the field © Provided by Touchdown Wire

The NFL has announced when the game will kick and what network will broadcast it.

And the winner is NBC, which will show the game with a 1:15 ET kickoff. The network will have a doubleheader as it will show the Bears-Packers on Sunday Night Football.


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