Reports: Ravens QB Lamar Jackson tests positive for COVID-19

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19.NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport tweeted the news Thursday night, citing sources.The Ravens were set to play the Pittsburgh Steelers Thanksgiving night, but the game was postponed until Sunday afternoon after multiple positive COVID-19 tests within the Ravens organization over the past several days.ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Ravens are shutting their training facility until Monday at the earliest. Schefter also tweeted that a source said “No way it can be played,” in reference to the Ravens vs. Steelers game now scheduled for Sunday.NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported Thursday night that while the NFL is monitoring developments, sources said there have been no changes to the status of the game.Previous coverage:

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19.

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport tweeted the news Thursday night, citing sources.

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The Ravens were set to play the Pittsburgh Steelers Thanksgiving night, but the game was postponed until Sunday afternoon after multiple positive COVID-19 tests within the Ravens organization over the past several days.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Ravens are shutting their training facility until Monday at the earliest.

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Schefter also tweeted that a source said “No way it can be played,” in reference to the Ravens vs. Steelers game now scheduled for Sunday.

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NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported Thursday night that while the NFL is monitoring developments, sources said there have been no changes to the status of the game.

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