OWINGS MILLS, Maryland-The Baltimore Ravens players tested positive for the coronavirus, which put the team back into the NFL’s tense agreement.
The team stated that the infected players are in self-isolation and there are no other high-risk contacts.
The crow announced that they had been informed of the positive test on Thursday morning. Baltimore just broke away from the intensive agreement on Wednesday, and after a 10-day quarantine, All-Pro cornerback Marlon Humphrey was removed from the sanctuary/COVID-19 list.
In Sunday’s 24-10 victory in Indianapolis, the Ravens added preventive measures. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that after the game, the players wore masks on the sidelines, in the locker room and on the flight back to Baltimore.
Harbaugh said on Wednesday: “We take this very seriously and we are working hard.”
Humphrey became the first Ravens player to test positive in the regular season when he announced that he had been infected on November 2. Seven Ravens players were identified as Humphrey’s high-risk close contacts, but all returned after five days of isolation.
The Ravens play with the New England Patriots on Sunday night.