OWINGS MILLS, Md. – Ravens head to Pittsburgh, game still continues on Wednesday, but sources told ESPN’s Adam Schaefer that Baltimore did two more positive COVID-19 tests before departure on Tuesday.
Evidence that positive tests belong to Ravens Protection ESPN Geno Stone, A seventh-round pick who has played in two games this season and is an equipment manager.
A source told Schaffter that the results were “not unexpected, not caring about the game.”
Two positive tests were considered not a risk to the others, as one source told ESPN’s Dan Graziano that Ravens “everyone has been positive for the past few days.” Walking exercises to reduce risk were also masked, distant and outdoors, essentially eliminating close contact.
The Ravens will be re-tested on Wednesday with point-off-care tests that will yield results within 30 minutes, and the league looks more accurate than the point-maintenance tests they used earlier in the season. If the point-of-care tests are negative, the game is ongoing, a source told Shepherd.
The Ravens underwent 10 positive tests to play the Steelers, who lost a game that was postponed three times due to the Baltimore explosion. At least a dozen Ravens NFL MVP. Lamar Jackson.
Baltimore trained early Tuesday, then waited for the latest test results. A source told ESPN’s Diana Rusini that Ravens arrived at the airport around 5pm on Tuesday.
However, Williams was ruled out of Wednesday’s game with an ankle injury. He has not coached since suffering an ankle injury in a 23-17 loss to New England on 15 November.
The Ravens also announced that two assistant coaches, Joe de Alessandris (offensive line) and Matt Weiss (running back) – did not travel to Pittsburgh due to illness.
The Ravens have reduced the number of players on the Reserve / Govt-19 list to 16, the first time they have reduced the number of players on the list since the Baltimore eruption began on November 22.
The Ravens are likely to drop 14 players before playing the losing Pittsburgh Steelers on Wednesday afternoon. Running backs JK Dawbins and Mark Ingram both deserve to be removed from the list after completing 10 days of isolation.
Maxerley, who has been on the Reserve / Covit-19 list for 10 days, offers two quarterbacks on the Baltimore Active list. Robert Griffin Thanksgiving is upon us, which means the III is starting to replace Jackson, who tested positive for COVID-19. If Griffin can’t make a McSerley backup, he will promote the unmodified Rookie Tyler Huntley from the Baltimore training team.
Young and Dorsey return to injured reserves after being dropped from the Reserve / Govt-19 list.
Baltimore is among the biggest explosions in professional sports.