Report: Ravens', Steelers' tests from Wednesday all come back negative
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All of Wednesday's PCR COVID-19 tests for the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers came back with negative results, a source told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Wednesday afternoon's game, a 19-14 Steelers win, was postponed three times due to a COVID-19 outbreak on the Ravens that led to both players and staff being placed in isolation.

At its peak, the Ravens had over 20 players on the COVID-19/reserve list, including starting quarterback Lamar Jackson.

On Tuesday, Baltimore reported two more positive test results from safety Geno Stone and a staff member. However, no high-risk close contacts were identified in either case.

Prior to Wednesday's contest, Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey landed on the team's COVID-19 list. Pittsburgh defensive end Stephon Tuitt and running back James Conner had previously been placed on the list as well.

The Ravens' next game is Dec. 8 against the Dallas Cowboys. Meanwhile, the undefeated Steelers will aim to earn their 12th victory of the season Monday against the Washington Football Team.

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