The Ravens and Steelers are actually going to play.
Following the return of the results of point-of-care tests administered to the Baltimore Ravens’ traveling party, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy announced that Wednesday’s game will be played as currently scheduled at 3:40 p.m.
There were no positive tests returned from Baltimore’s traveling party, The Washington Post has reported.
There were no positive results for Ravens players in today's point-of-care testing, source says.
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That announcement comes in spite of the recent news that Baltimore Ravens safety Geno Stone and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday and that Stone was in attendance for Baltimore’s walkthroughs on Monday and Tuesday.
The Steelers have also had late-in-the-week COVID-19 issues, as center Maurkice Pouncey will reportedly be placed on the COVID-19 reserve list before the game after practicing with the team on Sunday.