Report: NFL canceles Ravens practice Monday

Travel plans to PIttsburgh are also being complicated with expected snow

According to a report, the NFL has cancelled the Baltimore Ravens practice that was scheduled for Monday morning.

ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reports the Ravens travel plans are also “in flux” due to snow expected in the Pittsburgh area Tuesday morning.

The last time the Ravens practiced in person was the day before their game against the Tennessee Titans which they lost in overtime. Sports insider Jason LaCanfora reports that the Ravens may be able to get some work in today depending on COVID test results.

Monday’s practice for the Ravens would only be a walk-through so the NFL is probably extra cautious after at least 11 players and 10 staff members tested positive for COVID-19 over the past week.

The Ravens outbreak reportedly stems back to a strength and conditioning coach who did not follow proper protocols. He has been disciplined.

Meanwhile the Steelers have coronavirus issues of their own.

Over the weekend the team placed running back James Conner, a cancer survivor, on their Reserve/COVID list.

Conner joined defensive tackle Issiah Buggs, offensive lineman Jerald Hawkins and defensive end Stephon Tuitt, who were placed on the list Friday.