REPORT: John Harbaugh Tells The Ravens Team Activities Can’t Start Until Monday At The Earliest

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It sounds like the Baltimore Ravens won’t be playing the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday.

The Ravens have been dealing with a coronavirus outbreak, and the game was already pushed from Thursday to Sunday. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Now, it sounds like that’s no longer an option. According to Adam Schefter, head coach John Harbaugh has told the team that Monday is the “earliest” date the team can return to activities.

Yeah, I’d say there’s a very high chance this game isn’t happening Sunday. At this point, I’d be shocked if it did.

If the game was going to happen as currently planned Sunday, then why the hell would Harbaugh be telling his team that Monday is the earliest return date?


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We’ll see what happens, but I’m definitely not holding my breath at this point. Start mentally preparing for this game to get pushed further back!