Initial reports on Tuesday indicated that the Ravens had no new positive tests. Subsequent reports pointed to one positive result for a player, and one for a staff member.
The latest report, from the Baltimore Sun, is that safety Geno Stone tested positive.
Stone, who wasn’t already on the COVID-19 reserve list due to close contact with others who have the virus, presumably participated in the Monday and Tuesday walk-through practices. On Tuesday, he was likely shedding virus during practice and in the facility.
Stone obviously didn’t make the trip to Pittsburgh. The players who did will have point-of-care testing on Wednesday morning. The daily PCR test results likely won’t be returned before the conclusion of Wednesday’s game, which begins at 3:40 p.m. ET.
The consequences for any potential POC positives on Wednesday remain to be seen. Currently, it seems highly unlikely that anything would prevent the game from proceeding.