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The planned Thanksgiving night game between the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers and their rivals the Baltimore Ravens has been postponed.

The NFL announced the game has now been moved to Sunday, but a time and network have not been decided, WPXI reported.

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The reason for the change was due to multiple members of the Ravens’ team and staff have tested positive for COVID-19.

The Ravens said in a statement, “We appreciate the NFL for its diligence in working closely with us to ensure the well-being of players, coaches and staff from both the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers,” WBAL reported.

This is the second Steelers game to be postponed due to the pandemic, WPXI reported.

The NFL has announced new rules this week making wearing a mask mandatory for players on the sidelines. It has also limited the number of people making trips to away games and who has access to team facilities, WBAL reported.

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