Ravens' Ingram, Dobbins out vs. Steelers
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The Baltimore Ravens didn't activate running backs Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins off the COVID-19 list for Wednesday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Ingram and Dobbins reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 on Nov. 22. They're eligible to be removed from the league's COVID-19 list, but the duo didn't make the trip to Pittsburgh for the contest. Both running backs haven't practiced since going on the reserve list.

Gus Edwards figures to be Baltimore's starting running back versus Pittsburgh. Edwards has rushed for 217 yards over two career starts against the Steelers.

Dobbins has rushed for 380 yards during his rookie campaign, while Ingram has compiled 232 on the ground. Edwards has recorded 376 rushing yards this year.

Multiple Ravens still remain on the COVID-19 list, including Lamar Jackson, Willie Snead, and Calais Campbell.

Robert Griffin III is set to start at quarterback with Jackson still on the reserve list.

Baltimore's game against Pittsburgh was originally scheduled for Nov. 26. It's been pushed back three times due to an outbreak within the Ravens.

Ravens' Ingram, Dobbins out vs. Steelers
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