BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Multiple positive coronavirus tests led the Ravens to temporarily shut down their facility. That includes two of the teams running backs.

The facility is now back open, Head Coach John Harbaugh said later Monday evening.

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The Ravens said Monday that “multiple members of the Baltimore Ravens organization tested positive for COVID-19.” Running backs Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins have tested positive for COVID-19 and were placed on the reserve list Monday as well as Brandon Williams.

Those individuals began to self-quarantine immediately.

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Coach Harbaugh said the team and players did a good job containing further spread.

The team released a statement Monday:

Late last night, we were informed that multiple members of the Baltimore Ravens organization tested positive for COVID-19, and those individuals immediately began to self-quarantine. 

We have started the process of contact tracing, and during this time, the Under Armour Performance Center will be closed, with all team activities conducted virtually. 

We will continue to work closely with and follow guidance from the NFL, team doctors and our medical trainers.

The Ravens are still scheduled to play against the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday.

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CBS Baltimore Staff