The Baltimore Ravens have had more players test positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, according to multiple media reports.
The team has had multiple new positive cases every day since Sunday as it still attempts to deal with an outbreak that caused the postponement of the team’s game with the Pittsburgh Steelers from Thursday to Sunday.
Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic has reported that the Ravens had 10 total positive cases between players, coaches and staff members between Sunday and and Wednesday and then got “a few” more positive tests back on Thursday.
Ravens will continue to operate virtually today. Team learned of a few more positive COVID-19 tests yesterday. Have had multiple positives every day since Sunday. They still have lot to get a hold of before Sunday’s rescheduled game.
— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiec) November 26, 2020
The team will continue to operate virtually on Thursday as it has since Monday.
The rescheduled game on Sunday is not yet in jeopardy of being rescheduled once more, according to Jason LaCanfora of NFL Network, though the NFL continues to monitor the situation.