NFL transfers match Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers from Thanksgiving night To Sunday.
The league announced a schedule change as Ravens deals with several positive COVID-19 tests this week.
“This decision was taken out of extreme caution, to ensure the health and safety of players, coaches and workers on the day of the match, and in consultation with medical experts,” the association said in a statement.
The game originally scheduled for Thanksgiving Eve on NBC has no time or channel to move into Sunday. The NFL will now have a traditional list for Turkey Day from two games, with Detroit hosting Houston at An early game And visit Washington in Dallas Afternoon match.
“We appreciate the NFL for its efforts in working closely with us to ensure the well-being of players, coaches and staff from both the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers,” Ravens said in a statement. “Protecting the health and safety of every team, as well as our communities in general, is extremely important. We will continue to follow the guidance of the NFL and its medical experts as we focus on safely resuming preparations for Sunday’s game.”
Moving the North Asian showdown to Sunday will put the crows on a short rest in Week 13 as they are scheduled to face the Cowboys next Thursday night.
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