With reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson under quarantine as part of an outbreak of COVID-19 that has ravaged the Baltimore Ravens, the team has turned its focus from breaking out of a slump to simply getting healthy and back to practice. The Ravens have more than a dozen players on the reserve/COVID-19 list, and their training facility is closed to prevent the spread of the virus . Jackson tested positive this week and will not play against the unbeaten Pittsburgh Steelers next Tuesday night, a game that was originally scheduled for Thanksgiving night and postponed to Sunday before the NFL moved the game again.
The Broncos made it official: They announced Friday night they have placed receiver Diontae Spencer on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Spencer will not play in Sunday’s game against the Saints. Denver also signed running back LeVante Bellamy to its practice squad. The team announced earlier in the day they had one player and two staff members [more]
To help prevent the spread of the coronavirus at team facilities following Thanksgiving, teams will not be allowed to hold in-person activities on Monday and Tuesday.