Steelers frustrated after Thanksgiving game postponed
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Multiple Pittsburgh Steelers players voiced their frustration after their Thanksgiving Day game against the Baltimore Ravens was postponed due to Baltimore's COVID-19 outbreak.

Tight end Eric Ebron wasn't pleased with the league's decision.

Wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster noted that multiple scheduling changes have impacted the Steelers this season.

Pittsburgh already had their bye week adjusted to Week 4 due to the Tennessee Titans' COVID-19 outbreak.

Head coach Mike Tomlin had told players that following Thursday's game, they would be off until Wednesday to make up for their first bye being only three days long, according to NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala.

Rookie wide receiver Chase Claypool chimed in on the postponement as well.

The Steelers will look to take out their frustrations out on the Ravens this Sunday afternoon. Pittsburgh is seeking a season sweep over its AFC North rival after a 28-24 win in Week 8.

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