The Pittsburgh Steelers have reportedly had two people in the organization test positive for COVID-19.
Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, one Steelers player and coach tested positive for the coronavirus "with multiple contacts in Pittsburgh" in their latest round of testing.
NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala noted the positive tests came from a starting player and an assistant coach.
Under league rules for the 2020 season, the reserve/COVID-19 list was established for players who either test positive for the coronavirus or are considered a high-risk close contact of someone who tests positive.
The Steelers are tentatively scheduled to host the Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday in a game that has already been delayed twice due to COVID-19 concerns. It was originally supposed to be played on Thursday, but was moved back to Sunday.
Players who test positive for the virus are required to quarantine for at least 10 days, while those considered to be close contacts must sit out for at least five days and return negative tests.