- The Washington Times - Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Three postponements later, the Baltimore Ravens will finally face the Pittsburgh Steelers. 

As the two teams prepare to square off for Wednesday’s matinee showdown at Heinz Field, Baltimore will try to overcome the long list of players who won’t be available after landing on the COVID-19 reserve list, including quarterback Lamar Jackson.

In the past week, the Ravens have had more than a dozen players test positive for the coronavirus after having an outbreak at their facility.

Here’s exactly who is still on the reserve list, which means a player either has the virus or been exposed to it: 

- Quarterback Lamar Jackson



- Running back J.K. Dobbins

- Running back Mark Ingram

- Fullback Patrick Ricard

- Wide receiver Willie Snead

- Tight end Mark Andrews

- Offensive lineman Patrick Mekari

- Center Matt Skura

- Offensive lineman Will Holden

- Defensive end Calais Campbell

- Defensive end Jihad Ward

- Defensive tackle Justin Madubuike

- Outside linebacker Pernell McPhee

- Outside linebacker Matthew Judon

- Cornerback Terrell Bonds

- Long snapper Morgan Cox

Quarterback Robert Griffin III will start in Jackson’s place.

There was some hope that Dobbins and Ingram would be activated off the list Wednesday, but according to ESPN, they are now unlikely to be available.

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