The Baltimore Ravens are finally past their awful Week 12 in which the game was rescheduled three separate times following an outbreak of COVID-19. While they’re still licking their wounds and getting players back from the Reserve/COVID-19 list, the Ravens are chugging forward, with eyes on the Dallas Cowboys this week.
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This game, just like last week, will be played on an odd day. As a part of the constant rescheduling of Week 12, Baltimore’s Week 13 game against Dallas has been moved to Tuesday. But unlike last week, the Ravens will have far more of their team against the Cowboys.
Baltimore has already returned several players from the Reserve/COVID-19 list over the last few days, including defensive end Calais Campbell and running back J.K. Dobbins. Though quarterback Lamar Jackson still remains on the list, the Ravens are already in far better position right now than they were on Wednesday against Pittsburgh. But just because Baltimore is getting players back from the coronavirus protocols, it doesn’t mean everyone’s perfectly healthy.