The game previously had been pushed back from Thanksgiving night to Sunday afternoon because of the coronavirus outbreak on the Ravens. Several people familiar with the situation cautioned that the outbreak must be contained for the game to be played Tuesday.

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The Cowboys’ incomplete pass on fourth and one and failed fake punt were head-scratching coaching maneuvers during their 41-16 Thanksgiving Day loss to the Washington Football Team.

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Tom Brady went to the Bucs to win the Super Bowl, but it’s taking him a while to adjust to his new home.


Washington celebrated after beating Dallas. But Ron Rivera still sees room for improvement.

Rivera seemed buoyed by the afterglow of his biggest win in Washington but remained measured in assessing the team.

Hail or Fail: ‘Little Giants’ serves as inspiration in Washington’s big win over Cowboys

Washington's trick plays were a lot more successful than the Cowboys' in Thanksgiving rout.

Washington overwhelms the Cowboys, 41-16, to grab the NFC East lead

The 41-16 victory win gave Washington sole possession of first place in the NFC East.

The Ravens had four more positive coronavirus test results by players Thursday evening, and their game Sunday in Pittsburgh, already postponed once, appears in jeopardy.

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Dallas Coach Mike McCarthy has a 7-3-1 record against the spread in games with only three days of rest.

Everything you need to know about the NFL Thanksgiving schedule: Texans-Lions at 12:30 p.m. and Washington-Cowboys at 4:30 p.m.

The NFL pushed back the game because of the Ravens’ coronavirus issues. It's the NFL’s first coronavirus-related schedule adjustment since Week 7.

Here's how the NFC and AFC look as we approach the most critical stretch of the NFL calendar.

The Ravens-Steelers game remains scheduled for Thanksgiving night in Pittsburgh, but that could change if the Ravens continue to have coronavirus issues.

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Green Bay took Jordan Love in the draft, but it's worth wondering whether Rodgers's heir apparent will ever get the starting job.

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The Steelers remain first. The Chiefs remain second. The Saints remain third, even without Drew Brees. But the rest of the top 10 gets reshuffled.

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The Ravens’ talented defense has been ravaged by injuries, the Eagles’ offense is a mess, and the Dolphins have to navigate a tough schedule with a rookie QB.

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Tom Brady throws a late interception to seal the Buccaneers’ 27-24 loss Monday night in Tampa to the Rams.

"Social media gives cowards the right to say whatever they want with no consequences," the Packers' Marquez Valdes-Scantling said.

Running backs Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins tested positive and defensive tackle Brandon Williams was placed in quarantine as a high-risk close contact.

Joe Burrow, the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft, tweeted that he will miss the rest of the season with his injury, dealing a major blow to the Bengals’ rebuilding effort.

Stop worrying about who's a lineman and who's a linebacker, and learn a new vocabulary.

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While Joe Burrow suffered a season-ending injury, Taysom Hill led the Saints to a victory in his starting debut and the Ravens sunk deeper into their swoon.

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Patrick Mahomes’s touchdown pass to Travis Kelce in the game’s final minute gives the Chiefs a 35-31 victory in Las Vegas as they avoid being swept by the Raiders.

The Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans recorded impressive wins during Sunday's NFL slate.

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The San Francisco 49ers could be getting a handful key players back from injuries this week but may have to wait longer for six players on the COVID-19 list to return

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Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is fine with being reminded of the last time he faced the Los Angeles Chargers

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It’s only been three games, but Carlos Dunlap has quickly become a big influence for the Seattle Seahawks

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The Las Vegas Raiders will get back at least one of the starting defensive players who missed last week’s game on the COVID-19 list

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Dallas Cowboys offensive linemen Zack Martin and Cam Erving are expected to miss at least several weeks after getting injured in the Thanksgiving Day loss to Washington

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