The Baltimore Ravens have been cleared to face the Pittsburgh Steelers for an AFC North showdown on Wednesday afternoon and are touring to Pennsylvania, based on Jamison Hensley of ESPN and others.
Baltimore (6-4) was first set to play Pittsburgh (10-0) on Thanksgiving evening till a coronavirus outbreak throughout the Ravens pressured the NFL to postpone the sport to Sunday afternoon after which to Tuesday night. Extra optimistic check outcomes and subsequent quarantines triggered the NFL to shift the sport to Wednesday, and there have been fears the Ravens nonetheless would not be capable of compete with practically two-dozen gamers on the reserve/COVID-19 listing as of Monday.
Per Hensley, nevertheless, the Ravens have since lowered that quantity to 16 and in addition anticipate to activate operating backs J.Ok. Dobbins and Mark Ingram earlier than Wednesday’s 3:40 pm ET kickoff.
Baltimore beginning quarterback and reigning NFL Most Beneficial Participant Lamar Jackson is among the many gamers who’ve examined optimistic and will not be eligible to take the sector on Wednesday. Veteran Robert Griffin III is predicted to begin beneath middle in opposition to the Steelers, and both Hint McSorley (activated off the reserve/COVID-19 listing on Tuesday) or undrafted rookie Tyler Huntley will function Griffin’s backup.
Griffin has accomplished one in all two passes this season.