(BA)LTIMORE (KDKA) – A Baltimore Ravens worker has been disciplined in reference to the coronavirus outbreak that led to the Thanksgiving recreation in opposition to the Steelers being postponed.
“The Baltimore Ravens have disciplined a workers member for conduct surrounding the latest COVID-19 instances which have affected gamers and workers on the Ravens,” an announcement posted to Twitter Wednesday night learn.
Assertion from the Baltimore Ravens. pic.twitter.com/EjDmDSt2Ky
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 25, 2020
Tom Pelissero studies the worker disciplined was a energy and situation coach.
He says that coach didn’t report signs and didn’t persistently put on a masks or monitoring gadget, which may have contributed to the instances.
The #Ravens disciplined a energy and conditioning coach for not reporting signs and never persistently sporting a masks or monitoring gadget, which may have contributed to the staff’s rash of COVID-19 instances, per sources.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) November 25, 2020
The Ravens-Steelers recreation set for Thanksgiving was postponed to Sunday as a result of a number of individuals within the Ravens group have examined constructive for coronavirus.
Some Pittsburgh Steelers took to Twitter to say they’re sad with the choice.
First the NFL takes away our bye week as a result of one other staff can’t get their Covid scenario collectively, now they take away our Thanksgiving primetime recreation for a similar motive. Smh.
— JuJu Smith-Schuster (@TeamJuJu) November 25, 2020
“First the NFL takes away our bye week because another team can’t get their Covid situation together, now they take away our Thanksgiving primetime game for the same reason. Smh,” tweeted JuJu Smith-Schuster.
This isn’t the primary time the Steelers have had a recreation rescheduled due to COVID-19 checks amongst their opponents. They misplaced their first scheduled bye week when the Tennesee Titans have been reporting constructive coronavirus instances.
The sport is scheduled to be performed Sunday at 1:15 p.m.