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Sport Two more Ravens COVID-19 positives emerge; Wednesday game still on

04:20  02 december  2020
04:20  02 december  2020 Source:   profootballrumors.com

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Four more Ravens hit COVID - 19 list. It's been a rough week for the Ravens . Yet another Raven tested positive for COVID - 19 on Monday, but it was a player on injured reserve that hasn’t If the Ravens -Steelers game proceeds as scheduled, it will be the first NFL Wednesday night game 2012

The Baltimore Ravens ' struggle to contain an extended outbreak of the coronavirus forced their rescheduled game Tuesday night against the unbeaten Pittsburgh Steelers to be moved back to 30, 2020, at 5:51 p.m. More . Ravens -Steelers Rescheduled Again by COVID - 19 to Wednesday .

The Ravens are currently en route to Pittsburgh, but it appears an earlier report indicating that the team did not see additional positive COVID-19 tests Tuesday is now being contradicted.

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One Ravens player and one staffer tested positive, according to ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter.

The Ravens previously identified these two individuals as “potential positives,” Mike Garafolo of NFL.com tweets. These latest cases notwithstanding, the Ravens’ 2:40pm CT Wednesday game against the Steelers remains a go. All players and staffers will undergo another coronavirus test Wednesday.

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The Steelers- Ravens game has been postponed for a third time due to Baltimore's COVID - 19 outbreak, which has Ravens -Steelers was moved back one more day for medical reasons, but now The contest pitting two longtime rivals was originally scheduled for Thanksgiving night before a rash of

The Baltimore Ravens ' struggle to contain an extended outbreak of the coronavirus forced their The NFL announced the most recent switch Monday after the Ravens placed starters Matthew Judon, Willie Snead Tim O'Donnell> Grassley, 87, is back at the Senate today after testing positive for Covid - 19 .

While the Ravens did bring four players from their reserve/COVID-19 list with them Tuesday, they left two assistant coaches — offensive line coach Joe D’Alessandris and running backs coach Matt Weiss — in Baltimore prior to takeoff. It is not known which Ravens player is the franchise’s latest positive coronavirus test.

No NFL team placed any players on the reserve/COVID list Tuesday, marking an encouraging and somewhat surprising development for the league, considering recent events. Wednesday’s game will commence without several key players — including Lamar Jackson, Mark Andrews and James Conner — but the NFL has been dead-set against using one of its end-of-season contingency plans, postponing this game three times already in hopes of playing it during its regularly scheduled week.

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The Ravens added four more players to the Reserve/ COVID - 19 list on Monday, including Mark Andrews, Matthew Judon, and Willie Snead. Originally scheduled for Thanksgiving, Baltimore had an outbreak of positive COVID - 19 tests that forced the game to be rescheduled for Sunday .

The Ravens added four more players to the Reserve/ COVID - 19 list on Monday, including Mark Andrews, Matthew Judon, and Willie Snead. Originally scheduled for Thanksgiving, Baltimore had an outbreak of positive COVID - 19 tests that forced the game to be rescheduled for Sunday .

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