The NFL still intends to go ahead with Tuesday night's contest between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers despite Baltimore recording two more positive COVID-19 tests Saturday, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Baltimore hasn't gone a single day since last Sunday without a player and/or staff member receiving a positive test.
The Ravens placed linebacker Jaylon Ferguson, offensive tackles D.J. Fluker and Will Holden, defensive tackle Broderick Washington, and cornerbacks Khalil Dorsey and Tavon Young on the reserve list Saturday.
Others added to Baltimore's list this week include star quarterback Lamar Jackson, running backs Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins, defensive linemen Brandon Williams, Calais Campbell, Justin Madubuike and Jihad Ward, linebacker Pernell McPhee, fullback Patrick Ricard, long snapper Morgan Cox, and offensive linemen Patrick Mekari and Matt Skura.
Pittsburgh canceled practice Friday as the club deals with its own positive tests. Running back James Conner was the latest player to be added to the Steelers' reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, joining defensive end Stephon Tuitt, defensive tackle Isaiah Buggs, and reserve offensive lineman Kevin Dotson.
The AFC North matchup, which was originally scheduled to be played Thanksgiving Day, was moved to Sunday before being pushed again to Tuesday.
The NFL also postponed the Ravens' Thursday game against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 13 to Monday.