Report: Ravens dealing with even more COVID cases

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According to a report, the Baltimore Ravens are dealing with more cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday.

Ravens reporter Jeff Zrebiec reports that the team learned of the new positive cases this morning.

On Monday, it was reported that four Ravens had tested positive, including running backs Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins, who will both miss Thursday’s scheduled game in Pittsburgh.

The Ravens will not practice on Tuesday and all work will be done virtually.

The Ravens will be left with running back Gus Edwards, who had 87 yards and a touchdown when the two teams met for the first time on November 1.

The rookie Dobbins ran for 113 yards against the Steelers during that game.

Also on Tuesday, Baltimore Coach John Harbaugh’s conference call with Pittsburgh reporters was canceled.

This is a developing story.