Even though some are probably breathing a sigh of relief over a COVID-19 vaccine coming to the general public early next year, it's evident that the virus is still wreaking havoc.
One of the latest famous names to test positive is Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. He was diagnosed with the illness on Thursday, after the Ravens, Steelers game was rescheduled for Sunday due to COVID-19 concerns.
NFL.com says that Jackson — who's the league's reigning MVP — is one of four Ravens who tested positive for the virus on Thanksgiving. He's now on the Reserve/COVID list with Ravens Mark Ingram, J.K. Dobbins, and Brandon Williams.
He will likely miss the Ravens next two games, and Robert Griffin III will start for Baltimore in his absence.
The Ravens, Steelers game kicks off on Sunday, Nov. 29 at 1:15 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.