The Baltimore Ravens had more positive COVID-19 tests returned on Sunday, including starting wide receiver Willie Snead according to reports by Mike Florio of NBC Sports and Jamison Hensley of ESPN.
Snead is No. 2 amongst Ravens wide receivers in targets (40), catches (28), yards (379) and leads the Baltimore wide-outs in touchdowns (three).
Ravens WR Willie Snead tested positive today, per source.
He is the 7th projected starter on Baltimore's offense to test positive.
This is the 8th straight day of at least one positive test for Baltimore.
— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) November 29, 2020
The positive tests on Sunday were the eighth consecutive day of results with at least one positive test for the Ravens. The Ravens already have 22 players on the COVID-19 reserve list, before the Sunday positives.
Despite that, the NFL has made assurances that the game scheduled between the Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers for Tuesday night will still be played, despite the continued positive cases.
The Ravens have not been together in person as a team since Monday, meaning that the usual incubation period has come and gone, but Baltimore is still getting positive tests back.