The Baltimore Ravens had one additional player test positive for COVID-19 on Monday, but the player is on the injured reserve and has not been in close contact with his teammates, according to a report by Dan Graziano of ESPN.
Per source, today's round of Ravens test results produced no new positives that would impact Tuesday's game. There was 1 new positive, but it's an IR player who hasn't been in close contact with others. NFL has given Ravens the option to fly to Pitt tomorrow following more tests.
— Dan Graziano (@DanGrazianoESPN) November 30, 2020
Baltimore will re-open its team facility Monday evening and could hold a practice before traveling to Pittsburgh for the scheduled game with the Steelers either late Monday night or Tuesday morning.
The positive test was the ninth consecutive day with a positive test for Baltimore. The team has 23 players on the COVID-19 reserve list.
There is also a possibility that the game could be postponed once again, according to a report by Jeff Zrebiec of the The Athletic, who said that the game being pushed back to Wednesday night is still being considered.
One option being considered for Ravens-Steelers is the game being pushed back to Wednesday night. Would give one more day to make sure COVID-19 outbreak with Ravens is under control and also give them a day to get a practice in.
— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiec) November 30, 2020
The NFL has not had a game played that late in a week, and it’s not clear what kind of fallout it would result in when it comes to Pittsburgh’s Week 13 game against Washington currently scheduled for Sunday at Heinz Field.