NFL officially cancels 2020 preseason games


Make that four undefeated preseasons in a row for the Baltimore Ravens.

It’s officially official. In a letter sent out by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, based on the NFL and NFLPA agreement, there will be no preseason games played for the 2020 season due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“Adaptability and flexibility will be needed for the foreseeable future. After all, even the best game plan changes as new challenges arise.” Goodell wrote. “While this year will forever be defined by a heartbreaking global pandemic and a transformative social justice movement, I am reminded of the tenacious, resilient spirit of our country, the NFL community, and you, the greatest fans in the world.”

The Ravens were set to play four preseason games, twice on the road against the Dallas Cowboys and Washington while hosting the Buffalo Bills and Carolina Panthers at M&T Bank Stadium. Looks like Baltimore's perfect preseason record (17-0) will stand for yet another year.

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