Two more Baltimore Ravens players tested positive for COVID-19 as of Sunday morning, per multiple reports, but Tuesday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers remains as scheduled.
Tight end Mark Andrews and linebacker Matthew Judon, both Pro Bowlers, were the latest to test positive, which brings the team’s total up to at least 11 players to have tested positive, plus ten staffers.
Andrews, 24, has Type 1 diabetes, which subjects him to a higher risk of developing more severe complications.
The Ravens have now had at least one positive test for seven consecutive days, which has forced a postponement of their game against the Steelers twice already, which was originally scheduled for Thanksgiving night.
Other notable Ravens that will not be available for Tuesday’s game are quarterback Lamar Jackson, running backs Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins, fullback Patrick Ricard and long snapper Morgan Cox in addition to Andrews and Judon
The Steelers, on the other hand, are not without positives of their own as well. On Saturday, it was reported running back James Conner tested positive for COVID-19.