According to ESPN’s Adam Schifter, four other Baltimore Ravens players and another crew tested positive for COVID-19.
The Ravens are set to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night, but the game was postponed to Sunday afternoon due to coronavirus issues with Baltimore.
According to Sheffer, the Ravens players will not be allowed back into training center quickly until Monday, for everyone ‘s safety, their head coach John Harbaugh said.
Ravens put up a defensive end Jihad Ward Thursday on the Reserve / COVID-19 list.
Ward, who has been inactive for the past four games, will be the eighth player and third defensive lineman to join the reserve list this week. As of Wednesday afternoon, the Ravens had seven players who had tested positive for COVID-19 or identified as close acquaintances.
The Ravens coaching staff and support staff also tested positive.
A source told ESPN that a strength and conditioning coach for the Ravens did not report symptoms and never wore a mask inside the facility. The coach was suspended by the team on Wednesday.
– With files from ESPN