The Baltimore Ravens have disciplined one of their staff members for conduct surround the team’s recent COVID-19 outbreak, the team announced on Wednesday.
The Ravens have placed seven players on the COVID-19 reserve list, including three additions on Wednesday: defensive tackle Calais Campbell, center Patrick Mekari and center Matt Skura.
Those came in the wake of linebacker Pernell McPhee being placed on the list on Tuesday and running backs J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram and nose tackle Brandon Williams on Monday.
The continued positive cases within the Baltimore organization, which also include at least four staff members, caused the team’s game with the Pittsburgh Steelers that was scheduled for Thursday to be pushed back to Sunday.
There has been no word if there will be discipline from the NFL. Both the Tennessee Titans and Las Vegas Raiders have been disciplined for their actions that led to outbreaks on both teams.