The late evening Thanksgiving game between AFC North rivals Raven and Steelers has been moved to Sunday following COVID-19 tests.
Ravens-Steelers game postponed until Sunday afternoon.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 25, 2020
The game was scheduled to be shown late Thursday on NBC in the States and on Sky Sports in the UK. With just over 24-hours to go before kick-off, we’re not sure if another game will move into that slot..
UPDATE – The League has confirmed it will now be a double-header.
The #Ravens had 7 players positive in 3 days, including most recently: Matt Skura, Pat Makari and Calais Campbell, plus several coaches and their top 2 RBs. Commissioner Roger Goodell made the decision with health and safety in mind.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 25, 2020
UPDATE – NBC will still show Ravens v Steelers but at the new time and date of Sunday 1pm ET.. NBC’s scheduled Bears v Packers will still air at 7pm ET on NBC.
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