BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Ravens continue to make numerous roster moves as more players continue to come off the COVID-19/Reserve List following an outbreak within the team last week.
The Ravens-Steelers game was postponed three times due to the outbreak, pushing Baltimore’s matchup with Dallas to Tuesday night.READ MORE: Masks Required For All In Anne Arundel County-Owned Buildings, Unvaccinated County Employees To Undergo Weekly Testing
The Ravens have not reported a positive COVID-19 test within the last four days.
Below is a chronological breakdown of the Ravens’ roster moves
Hours before kickoff with the Steelers on Wednesday, the team activated 10 players from the practice squad as COVID-19 replacements:
- OLB Aaron Adeoye
- DT Aaron Crawford
- TE Sean Culkin
- QB Tyler Huntley
- LS Nick Moore
- G/T R.J. Prince
- OLB Chauncey Rivers
- TE Eric Tomlinson
- RB Ty’Son Williams
- TE Luke Willson
Defensive tackle Brandon Williams, quarterback Trace McSorley and cornerbacks Tavon Young and Khalil Dorsey were also activated from the Reserve/COVID-19 list, but Williams and Jake Rodgers will be inactive.
Safety Geno Stone was also added to the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Wednesday.
The team did not add any new players to the list on Tuesday and were able to activate a number of players, including Mark Ingram, J.K. Dobbins, Brandon Williams, Trace McSorley, Tavon Young and Khalil Dorsey.
As of Monday, 21 Ravens had been put on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. That day, the team officially placed Mark Andrews, Matthew Judon, Willie Snead IV and Terrell Bonds on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Bonds had already been on injured reserve.
The team activated four players from the list on Monday: Jaylon Ferguson, D.J. Fluker, Iman Marshall and Broderick Washington. Tyre Phillips was also activated from the injured reserve.
We have made the following moves: pic.twitter.com/VVHkj5VUIk
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 30, 2020
CBS Sports reported Monday night both Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins, who were added to the list last Monday, will be able to play on Wednesday, citing the NFL Network.READ MORE: Health Officials Investigating COVID-19 Outbreak At Cecil County Fair
As of Sunday night, at least 12 Ravens players and eight members of Baltimore’s staff had tested positive for COVID-19 over the past eight days, according to CBS Sports. That includes star quarterback Lamar Jackson, per NFL reports.
Players who test positive for COVID-19 are required to quarantine for a minimum of 10 days, according to the team. Players who are deemed “high-risk close contacts” have to sit out at least five days.
Here’s who is/was on the COVID-19/Reserve List and when the Ravens added them to the list:
Monday, Nov. 23: Mark Ingram II, J.K. Dobbins, Brandon Williams
Tuesday, Nov. 24: Pernell McPhee
Wednesday, Nov. 25: Calais Campbell, Patrick Mekari, Matt Skura
Thursday, Nov. 26: Jihad Ward
Friday, Nov. 27: Lamar Jackson, Patrick Ricard, Justin Madubuike, Morgan Cox
Saturday, Nov. 28: Jaylon Ferguson, D.J. Fluker, Will Holden, Broderick Washington, Tavon Young, Khalil Dorsey
Wednesday, Dec. 2: Geno Stone
This story was originally published November 29, 2020, and has been updated December 2, 2020.MORE NEWS: COVID-19 In Maryland: Positivity Rate Rises To 3.23%, 25 Hospitalized