The NFL has once again postponed the Steelers-Ravens game, according to NFL Insider Adam Schefter late Monday afternoon.
The game, which has been rescheduled twice already, has been pushed back from Tuesday night to Wednesday.
The Ravens had one positive COVID test come back on Monday, but that player is on the IR and has not been around the team for weeks.
Postponing the game gives the Ravens another day to complete another round of tests and an extra day to get ready for Pittsburgh.
The NFL will likely need to move the Steelers/Washington game to Monday or Tuesday, or they will have to play the Football Team on three days rest.
The Ravens are already scheduled to play the Dallas Cowboys on Monday, which was originally slated for this Thursday.
Some players are already reacting to the news:
Fan hosts also reacted to the move.
The Ravens and Steelers were originally supposed to play on Thanksgiving night, but the game was postponed the night before after news broke that multiple Ravens players continued to test positive for COVID-19.
The Ravens currently have 19 players on their Reserve/COVID list and will likely be without a handful of starters for Wednesday's game, including Lamar Jackson, Mark Andrews and Matthew Judon.