Ravens-Steelers Moved Off Thanksgiving, Eric Ebron Not Happy

As we have feared throughout the week, the blockbuster primetime Thanksgiving game between the Ravens and Steelers has been postponed after several members of the Ravens organization, including some players, tested positive for COVID-19:

Eric Ebron, a tight end for the Steelers, caught wind of the news and was not happy about it:

Losing the nightcap for Thanksgiving is a pretty brutal blow for NBC and for sports fans who were looking forward to this marquee matchup happening in an exclusive nighttime window.

We will continue to monitor if the Ravens-Steelers game remains slated for Sunday afternoon.

Written by Ryan Glasspiegel

Ryan Glasspiegel grew up in Connecticut, graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and lives in Chicago. Before OutKick, he wrote for Sports Illustrated and The Big Lead. He enjoys expensive bourbon and cheap beer.

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  1. this is just more proof that the left lost the election on November 7th, and they know that the American people are getting close to figuring it out.

    Maryland’s Govenor has locked down the state and are using the state police to enforce mask wearing. a clear Violation of Constitutional rights.

    PensylTucky’s Govemor violated election law on and after November 7th.

    why does this matter? if Biden had actually won and had a mandate and a concession from Trump, the Clones in media, entertainment and sports would want it to look like Biden’s win is making America happy. until Trump is on a plane leaving the whitehouse to palm beach, the left wants America to suffer. and the NFL is playing along. big fail.

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