By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — With the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens set to face off Tuesday night at Heinz Field, the Ravens have reportedly had their practice canceled by the NFL on Monday morning.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra To Have Live Audiences For Return To Heinz Hall In September
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Monday morning that the league canceled the team’s practice.
NFL cancelled Ravens practice scheduled for this morning, per league source. Ravens last practiced the Saturday before the Titans’ game and currently are scheduled to play in Pittsburgh on Tuesday night.
Ravens’ travel plans in flux, with snow forecasted in Pitt on Tuesday am.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 30, 2020
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The Steelers and Ravens are set to face off Tuesday night at Heinz Field after Thursday’s game was postponed to Sunday before being postponed a second time.
Reporter Tom Pelissero, citing sources, said on Twitter if all the Ravens’ coronavirus tests come back negative Monday afternoon, the plan is to practice and travel to Pittsburgh tonight.
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Here’s where Tuesday’s game stands, per sources:
If all the #Ravens’ COVID-19 tests come back negative this afternoon, the plan is to practice and travel to Pittsburgh tonight.
If any more players or Tier 1 personnel test positive, the game most likely would be postponed again.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) November 30, 2020
But if any more players or “tier 1” personnel test positive, the game would most likely be postponed, Pelissero says.