Seven Baltimore Ravens players have been identified as close contacts of COVID-19 positive cornerback Marlon Humphrey and will be held out of practice for at least four more days after Humphrey’s Sunday test came back positive on Monday.
The Ravens did not have any new positive cases on Tuesday.
Cornerback Terrell Bonds, linebackers Tyus Bowser, L.J. Fort, Malik Harrison, Matthew Judon and Patrick Queen and safety DeShon Elliott will not be able to practice all week or participate in any in-person meetings, regardless of whether or not they have a positive test.
Including Humphrey, those eight players will not be able to practice as the Ravens prepare to visit the 5-2 Indianapolis Colts in a tough AFC matchup.
Meanwhile, the Steelers have not made any public announcement about whether any of their players will have to be held out. JuJu Smith-Schuster was the Steelers player most often guarded by Humphrey on Sunday.