Report: More positive tests for crows Thursday morning; Steelers game now in jeopardy

More Baltimore Ravens players are said to have tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday morning, which now puts Sunday’s newly rescheduled game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at risk.

According to CBS Sports Thursday morning, the Ravens had more positive COVID-19 tests on Thursday. This now marks the team’s fourth consecutive day of positive tests. The NFL continues to monitor the situation closely to determine if the Ravens’ Sunday game against the Steelers can still be played. No changes have been made yet.

On Wednesday, the NFL moved what was slated to kick off Thursday night at Heinz Field between the Ravens and Steelers at 1:15 p.m. Sunday on the heels of several Baltimore players who tested positive for COVID-19.

Currently, the Ravens have nine players on their reserve / COVID-19 roster, which includes running backs JK Dobbins and Mark Ingram and defensive tackles Calais Campbell and Brandon Williams.

UPDATE: According to Adam Schefter, Baltimore’s positive test today involved only one coach, per source.

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