Schefter: Ravens now reporting two new positive tests, game against Steelers still on for Wednesday
After initially reporting no new positives on Tuesday, the Ravens are now indicating that they had two new positive test results, one from a player and one from a staff member.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the positives are "not unexpected and not a concern for the game". The Ravens are currently on their way to Pittsburgh, and as of right now, their game is still on for Wednesday afternoon. The individuals who tested positive were reportedly previously identified as potential positives, so there is no concern for further spread, according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo. Stay tuned.
The Ravens are 10.0-point underdogs against the Steelers on Wednesday afternoon. Their implied team total of 16.0 points would have ranked as the second-lowest team total on Week 12's main slate, ahead of only the quarterback-less Denver Broncos.
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