This story has been updated.
The Baltimore Ravens had more COVID-19 tests come back positive on Wednesday, according to a report from ESPN, after the team's game against the Steelers was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The positive tests, according to reports have included quarterback Lamar Jackson and as many as five others including Jihad Ward.
The team announced on Wednesday it had disciplined a staffer for conduct amid the outbreak, which has already caused the team to put seven players on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
The Ravens and Steelers are currently scheduled to play on Sunday at 1:15 PM ET, which an NFL doctor said yesterday was possible because they believed the team was close to the end of the transmission window.
The team announced it was closing its facility on Monday due to positive COVID-19 tests, shortly after the Ravens' loss to the Titans.