Ravens set to travel on Tuesday, with two planes

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If the Ravens-Steelers game proceeds as scheduled on Tuesday, the Ravens will be traveling on Tuesday.

Per a league source, Baltimore currently plans to take two planes on Tuesday from Baltimore to Pittsburgh, returning to Baltimore immediately after the prime-time showdown.

The league currently intends to proceed with the game, barring further positive tests or other developments that would indicate an ongoing outbreak in Baltimore.

Although this angle of the situation widely has been downplayed, the Steelers also are in the midst of a potential outbreak. They’ll know later tonight whether they have any positives arising from Sunday’s tests.

3 responses to “Ravens set to travel on Tuesday, with two planes

  1. John Harbaugh’s day’s are numbered in Baltimore due to this situation. Look for the organisation to pursue a disciplinarian, like Matt Patricia as next head coach.

  2. Why do teams think the disciplinarian/players-coach difference defines what a team needs? Bill Belichick is a disciplinarian, and wins. Pete Carroll is a players coach, and wins. Coaches win or lose based on their skills (and their players), and there is no evidence their style makes that much difference.

    (Yeah, Belichich is having a tough year right now, but this is such a weird season that I don’t think anything about it is dispositive.)

  3. All of the great coaches in sport were taskmasters/disciplinarians. Halas, Shula, Lombardi, Belichick, Bob Knight, Scotty Bowman, Bear Bryant. That’s what all organisations need.
    My favourite story is when George Halas knocked plates of dinner off his players laps on the train ride home after a loss.

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