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11:39 PM ET Brady HendersonESPN There’s something about Russell Wilson playing in primetime. And there’s something about DK Metcalf playing in Philadelphia. The Wilson-to-Metcalf combination — plus another strong performance from the Seattle Seahawks‘ resurgent defense — was enough for a 23-17 win over the Philadelphia Eagles Monday night at Lincoln Financial Field. Metcalf caught
5:05 PM ET OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The COVID-19 outbreak in Baltimore has led to the Ravens–Steelers game being postponed to Wednesday, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. This becomes the first game of the NFL season to get postponed three times. The Week 12 game between the Ravens and Steelers that was originally scheduled
1:15 PM ET SANTA CLARA, Calif. — The San Francisco 49ers have a new home, at least for their next two games. As had been expected since Santa Clara County announced on Saturday new COVID-19-related restrictions that prevent contact sports in the county for at least the next three weeks, the Niners announced Monday morning
6:22 PM ET All of the quarterbacks on the Denver Broncos‘ roster are ineligible to play Sunday against the New Orleans Saints after being deemed high-risk, close contacts in COVID-19 tracing, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Saturday. Drew Lock and Brett Rypien, the two quarterbacks on the active roster, and practice squad quarterback Blake
8:33 PM ET Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, a source confirmed to ESPN. The reigning NFL MVP is the biggest star player to become infected in what has become one of the biggest outbreaks in the NFL. Jackson is among the four latest Ravens players and one staff member
6:05 PM ET TEMPE, Ariz. — Arizona Cardinals wide receivers Larry Fitzgerald and Trent Sherfield were added to the reserve/COVID-19 list ahead of Sunday’s game at the New England Patriots. They join safety Deionte Thompson, who was placed on the list earlier this week. “It appeared that there wasn’t much contact tracing with [Thompson],” coach
8:52 AM ET The Baltimore Ravens had additional positive tests for COVID-19 on Wednesday, a source told ESPN, marking the fourth day of a coronavirus outbreak among the team that led to the postponement of Thursday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. As of Wednesday, the Ravens had seven players who tested positive for COVID-19 or