Despite players returning positive COVID-19 tests over the weekend, the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers still are scheduled to play on Tuesday after their prime-time Thanksgiving matchup was postponed.
The Ravens haven't practiced since Nov. 21, before they faced the Tennessee Titans, and now the NFL is canceling their Monday morning practice, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. It was Baltimore's only chance to get any sort of in-person preparation in before Tuesday's game.
NFL cancelled Ravens practice scheduled for this morning, per league source. Ravens last practiced the Saturday before the Titans’ game and currently are scheduled to play in Pittsburgh on Tuesday night.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 30, 2020
Ravens’ travel plans in flux, with snow forecasted in Pitt on Tuesday am.
The Ravens have placed 22 players on the reserve/COVID list, including quarterback Lamar Jackson, running backs J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram, defensive lineman Calais Campbell and outside linebacker Matthew Judon.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on Sunday morning that at least 11 players and 10 staff members within the Ravens organization have tested positive for COVID-19.