Baltimore Ravens running backs J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram are eligible to be able to be removed from the COVID-19 reserve list in time to play in the team’s Wednesday game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and are expected to be activated according to a report by Tom Pelissero of NFL Network.
Dobbins and Ingram were originally placed on the COVID-19 reserve list after testing positive on Sunday, Nov. 22. Their 10-day isolation period will end on Wednesday.
Players that test positive and are symptomatic must sit out at least 10 days and be clear of symptoms before returning.
Quarterback Trace McSorley and nose tackle Brandon Williams could also potentially be eligible to return from the list, a well as any players that were added as close contacts.
Baltimore is still expected to be without at least a dozen players, including starting quarterback Lamar Jackson.
The Steelers will likely be without defensive end Stephon Tuitt and running back James Conner.