Transcript for COVID-19 continues to spread through the NFL
Well, the NFL is experiencing a covid surge of its own. Four more players and one staff member testing positive threatening the team's game Sunday which was pushed back from last night because of the outbreak. ABC's Alex Presha is at the rave I understand M & T bank stadium in Baltimore. Alex, good morning. Reporter: Janai, good morning to you. This is a mess. Those four players that tested positive include one of the NFL's biggest stars, the reigning MVP and star quarterback Lamar Jackson. Sources telling ESPN's Adam Schefter and now they've had at least 12 players test positive for the virus this week. The team issued a statement on Wednesday saying that a staff member has been disciplined for conduct -- for conduct following the recent covid-19 cases that have affected players and staff at the ravens but this postponement of their game against their division rival, the Pittsburgh steelers adds to more than a dozen times that the NFL has had to either delay or move a game because of the coronavirus this season. And, Alex, that ravens game now scheduled for Sunday. What are the chances that will actually be played? Reporter: Janai, it's really hard to tell right now because the NFL hasn't commented but if you take your cues from raven head coach John Harbaugh he's confirmed to ESPN he told players that they can't even come into the training facility until Monday at the earliest and, yes, this game was supposed to be played in Pittsburgh, but that might give you an inkling as to where this is headed, janai. May be a longer wait for the game. Eva, over to you. The latest on the transition
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