The Steelers Week 12 game against the Baltimore Ravens and Week 13 game against the Washington Football Team have been rescheduled, the NFL announced on Monday evening.
The Steelers game against the Ravens will now be played on Wednesday, December 2 at 3:40 p.m. at Heinz Field and broadcast nationally on NBC (WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh).
In addition, the Steelers game against the Washington Football Team, originally scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 6, has been changed to Monday, Dec. 7 at 5 p.m. Network broadcast information is still TBA.
The Steelers-Ravens game has now been rescheduled three times. It was originally scheduled to be played on Thanksgiving night, but was changed to Sunday, Nov. 29 after members of the Ravens organization, including players, tested positive for COVID-19. It was then rescheduled a second time for Tuesday, Dec. 1, prior to Monday's announcement.
"We're just taking it day by day, like I would imagine everyone is," said Coach Mike Tomlin in his media availability on Sunday about the team's preparations. "We had a great day (Sunday), had an opportunity to come and get our work in and had a normal Friday (schedule). Now we're pushing into our weekend itinerary, if you will.
"We're preparing for the schematics, meaning the structure of which (the Ravens) operate, the plays that they run, the personality that they have. I'm sure as they infuse players in, those things will be unchanging. We're comfortable with our level of preparedness and our ability to prepare based on those things."
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