The Ravens' Week 12 contest against the Steelers has been postponed again, the NFL announced on Friday.
Sunday's game was postponed due to numerous positive tests for Baltimore. The AFC North battle will be rescheduled for Tuesday.
Ravens vs. Steelers was originally slated to be held on Thanksgiving night. The matchup was moved to Sunday afternoon due to Baltimore's positive COVID-19 tests, but additional positive tests on Thursday led to Friday's announcement for the second postponement. Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson was among the positive tests on Thursday.
Because of this postponement, the Ravens-Cowboys Thursday Night Football game, which was originally scheduled for Dec. 4, will be moved to Dec. 7.
The Steelers have now seen two games postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis. Pittsburgh vs. Tennessee was postponed on Oct. 1, costing the Steelers their regular-season bye week.