BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Another Ravens player has tested positive for coronavirus, according to the team.

The team said the player immediately began to self-quarantine and the organization is now in the NFL’s intensive protocol. They were informed Thursday morning.

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“There were no high-risk contacts, and no other player or staff member is required to isolate,” the Ravens organization said. “We will continue to work closely with the NFL, our team doctors and trainers and will follow their guidance.”

Field Yates, NFL Insider for ESPN, reported that defensive back Iman Marshall was placed on the Ravens’ Reserve/COVID-19 list.

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Marshall has been on Injured Reserve recovering from an ACL tear.


On November 2, Humphrey tweeted “I got the Rona” on the same day the Ravens issued a statement saying a player tested positive for the virus. The team did not name the player.

Humphrey missed the Ravens’ game against the Indianapolis Colts, but a number of other players who had been put on the Reserve/COVID-19 list were returned prior to the game.

Humphrey was moved from the Reserve/COVID-19 List Wednesday morning and is expected to play against the Patriots.

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CBS Baltimore Staff