The late evening Thanksgiving game between AFC North rivals Raven and Steelers has been moved to Sunday following COVID-19 tests.
Ravens-Steelers game postponed until Sunday afternoon.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 25, 2020
The game was scheduled to be shown late Thursday on NBC in the States and on Sky Sports in the UK. With just over 24-hours to go before kick-off, we’re not sure if another game will move into that slot..
UPDATE – The League has confirmed it will now be a double-header.
The #Ravens had 7 players positive in 3 days, including most recently: Matt Skura, Pat Makari and Calais Campbell, plus several coaches and their top 2 RBs. Commissioner Roger Goodell made the decision with health and safety in mind.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 25, 2020
UPDATE – NBC will still show Ravens v Steelers but at the new time and date of Sunday 1pm ET.. NBC’s scheduled Bears v Packers will still air at 7pm ET on NBC.
Chris Myers will host Fox’s NFL Kickoff and NFL Sunday pregame shows this Sunday.
“In accordance with CDC guidance, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Safety Guidelines – and out of an abundance of caution for our team – Sunday’s Fox NFL Kickoff and Fox NFL Sunday pregame shows from our Los Angeles studio will not include their regular casts, said Fox Sports.
“Filling in as host for both shows will be Chris Myers with analysts Charles Woodson and Reggie Bush in studio, while members of the Fox NFL Sunday cast will appear via remote.
“We look forward to the return of both casts to their regular posts soon.”
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