The NFL game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers seems to be more elusive than a Big Foot sighting.

Originally scheduled to cap off a day of football on Thanksgiving, the Covid-19 virus outbreak in the NFL forced the league to move the game to Sunday afternoon.

Then continued Covid issues forced the game to be moved to a rare Tuesday night game.

As issues with an outbreak of the virus continue, the NFL has again moved the game to Wednesday afternoon.  The game will be played at Heinz Field and is set for a 3:40pm kick off.  NBC will air the game as originally planned.

Once again the moving of one game requires the moving of another.  The game between the Washington Football team and the Steelers that was scheduled for Sunday, will now be played on Monday as a part of a doubleheader Monday night football.  The broadcast network will be announced at a later date.

And the game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Dallas Cowboys has been moved from a Sunday game to a Tuesday December 8 game at 8:05pm.  FOX and the NFL Network will carry the game.

Baltimore Ravens players held a players only meeting where they expressed concerns of playing a game without practice and wishing to have two days of negative tests before playing.  While the team wants to play, they are also concerned over safety issues as the virus continues to ravage the NFL…and the nation.

On November 30 the Ravens removed four players from the Covid-19 reserve list; but placed four more players on the list at the same time.  This season 21 Ravens players have been placed on the Covid list with 19 currently on that list and unable to play until they have tested negative.