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Ravens-Steelers game rescheduled again due to COVID-19 outbreak

The COVID-19 outbreak in the Baltimore Ravens had led to the game being postponed to Wednesday. The Ravens-Steelers game was originally re-scheduled for Tuesday. This is the third time the game has been rescheduled. 

The Steelers game against Washington scheduled for Sunday will be moved to Monday 12/7 at 5 pm ET.

The game was recently postponed following Ravens concern of playing. The team had nine consecutive days of positive COVID-19 test. Baltimore has had the biggest crisis with COVID-19 with 22 players testing positive or considered close contact. 

Ravens RB Mark Ingram and J.K Dobbins will be eligible to play in Wednesday’s game. Their COVID-19 isolation is over following their positive test. The Ravens removed other players as well. Ravens will be missing 12 players. The list includes QB1 Lamar Jackson.

Ravens and Steelers play took to Twitter to express their thoughts on the game being postponed.

The game is scheduled for 3:40 pm ET. Week 13 game against the Dallas Cowboys will be moved to Dec 8 at 8:05 pm on Tuesday.

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