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Harbaugh: Ravens to Place Three on COVID-19 List



Baltimore Ravens nose tackle Brandon Williams will be going on the COVID-19 reserve list as a close contact of positive running backs J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram, but it appears the Ravens have for now escaped a more-serious depletion of their roster in advance of Thursday’s scheduled game in Pittsburgh, head coach John Harbaugh said during his press conference Monday.

Both Dobbins and Ingram will be out at least 10 days, ruling them out for the Week 12 contest between the Ravens and the Steelers regardless.

As a close contact, Williams will have to be isolated for five days, which rules him out for a Thursday night game, but he could play if the game is moved back to Sunday or Monday.

With just three Ravens players requiring isolation at this point, that possibility seems relatively unlikely if the remainder of Baltimore’s tests come back clean this week.