NFL Rumors: Ravens-Steelers Game In Jeopardy After Baltimore’s COVID Outbreak

Lamar Jackson reportedly has COVID-19


November 26, 2020

UPDATE (9 p.m. ET): Ravens head coach John Harbaugh reportedly has told his players they won’t be allowed into the training facility until Monday at the earliest, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

ORIGINAL STORY: The game between the two rivals originally was scheduled for Thanksgiving night, but a COVID-19 outbreak postponed it until Sunday afternoon.

But now it’s unclear if that even will happen.

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson reportedly tested positive for COVID-19, on top of four other other players and one staffer.

Now, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, it’s unclear if the already-postponed game will be played.

The Ravens also reportedly are shutting down their facility.

Some Steelers already were frustrated to not play Thursday. We only can imagine the reaction should it happen again.

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