The NFL has moved the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers bout from Thanksgiving Night to Sunday.
The league announced schedule changes, as Rance signed several positive COVID-19 tests this week.
“This decision was made to ensure the health and safety of players, coaches and game day personnel, and to take precautions in consultation with medical experts,” the league said in a statement.
The game, originally scheduled for Thanksgiving night on NBC, does not have a time or channel for its move on Sunday. The NFL will now have a traditional two-game Turkey Day slate with Houston hosting Houston in the opening game and Washington Dallas in the afternoon match.
“We applaud the NFL for working closely with both of us, working closely with us to ensure the wellbeing of the players, coaches and staff of the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers organizations.” “In addition to our communities at large, protecting the health and safety of each team is extremely important. We will continue to follow the guidance of the NFL and its medical experts, as we focus on resuming safe preparation for Sunday’s game Let’s focus. “
The Ravens will get less rest in Week 13 by going to the AFC North Showdown on Sunday as they are slated to face the Cowboys on Thursday night.