Kickoff and broadcast information about Tuesday's game has not been made available yet.
The NFL will have only two Thanksgiving Day games, announcing Wednesday that the primetime matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens has been rescheduled to Sunday afternoon due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
This is the 13th game of the National Football League season that has been postponed or moved due to coronavirus-related issues.
The Ravens had been discussing travel modifications ahead of Thursday's game, including flying to Pittsburgh on the day itself, and head coach John Harbaugh had said the roster was thinned to a troublesome degree ahead of the AFC North rivalry game. Humphrey, who played in the loss to Pittsburgh because of the turnaround time for testing, had to miss the Ravens' Week 9 game against the Indianapolis Colts. But Schefter reported more positive tests could lead to a postponement.
Williams is the only player who's been identified as a close contact, meaning he could be available this weekend.
Jackson's reported positive test is the latest bad news for Baltimore.
Now, more positive coronavirus tests could make Thursday's matchup even more hard, should the game go ahead as scheduled.
Per the NFL's COVID policy, an asymptomatic player can return if 5 days have passed since the initial positive test AND the player receives 2 consecutive negative rapid tests at least 24 hours apart within that 5-day span. Others could be out for longer. The Ravens are coming off back-to-back losses entering their battle against the Steelers, and there appears to be some sense of desperation from Baltimore.
"I pray no one else has to go thru this", Campbell wrote.