Report: Ravens record at least 4 additional positive COVID-19 tests
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The Baltimore Ravens received as many as four positive COVID-19 test results on Tuesday morning, sources told Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic.

Baltimore has reportedly recorded at least 10 positives since Sunday night, including coaches and support staff. The team placed linebacker Pernell McPhee on the COVID-19 reserve Tuesday afternoon.

The Ravens announced earlier in the day that their facility will again be closed and the team will work virtually for the rest of the week ahead of Thursday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Baltimore opted to reopen its facility Monday after a brief closure following positive test results for running backs Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins on Sunday night.

Both players will miss Thursday's game, as will defensive tackle Brandon Williams due to contact tracing.

The Thanksgiving AFC North showdown is still expected to be played as scheduled.

"We will continue to monitor developments in consultation with our medical experts," the NFL said in a statement. "Our foremost concern is the health and safety of players, coaches, and game day personnel. There's no change to the status of the game."

Report: Ravens record at least 4 additional positive COVID-19 tests
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