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Sport Ravens-Steelers game moved to Wednesday

05:40  01 december  2020
05:40  01 december  2020 Source:   profootballrumors.com

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The Thanksgiving night game between the Ravens and Steelers has been switched to Sunday afternoon because of coronavirus issues with Baltimore. The NFL announced the move Wednesday , placing the game at 1:15 p.m. EST on NBC. Baltimore placed outside linebacker Pernell McPhee on

Ravens - Steelers moved to Tuesday after Lamar Jackson tests positive for COVID-19. The Baltimore Ravens' game at the Pittsburgh Steelers has been moved again - this time to Tuesday - as their coronavirus outbreak showed no signs of easing.

The Ravens/Steelers game is getting postponed, again. This time the game is being moved from Tuesday to Wednesday, a source told Adam Schefter of ESPN.com (Twitter link).

a person wearing a helmet sitting in a field © Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Ravens players were apparently pounding the table asking for the game to be pushed. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network tweets they recently held a players-only meeting where they were “adamant” of getting in a full day of practice before the game. Considering they haven’t been able to practice at all since this has been going on, their concerns of health risks from playing with no prep are certainly understandable.

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The NFL made the announcement on Wednesday after several Ravens players and staff members were placed on the COVID-19 Reserve List. UP NEXT. NOW PLAYING: News. Thanksgiving Ravens - Steelers Game Postponed Due to COVID-19.

The Ravens - Steelers game went from a prime-time Thanksgiving kickoff to being scheduled for 3:40 p.m. on a Wednesday . The game was originally moved from Thanksgiving to Sunday, Tuesday and then Wednesday , in order to give more players time to practice and avoid potential injuries, according

This will be only the third NFL game in history on a Wednesday and just the second since 1948. The last time was Dallas and Washington playing the opening week of 2012. Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com tweeted earlier that there were fears some Ravens players would refuse to play on Tuesday “which technically would be a wildcat strike.” Florio wrote that would cause a major rift between the NFL and NFLPA. Multiple reporters tweeted out that Baltimore would now have a walkthrough practice tonight at their facility.

It’s unclear if the move to Wednesday will solve all of those issues. Some players still have concerns even with playing on Wednesday, Mark Maske of The Washington Post tweets. He adds that there are “still some deliberations occurring.” The league is clearly very reluctant to cancel the game and trigger a Week 18. This is likely just the first domino to fall, as Sunday’s Washington/Pittsburgh game will now likely have to be moved, potentially to Monday. It’s a crazy situation, and we’ll be sure to keep you posted as more info comes in.

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Ravens - Steelers game postponed to Tuesday as Baltimore deals with coronavirus outbreak. NBC will broadcast the game . The Ravens reported more positive coronavirus cases among players and staff on Wednesday , and quarterback Lamar Jackson's positive test became public knowledge on

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