The Baltimore Ravens have seven "high-risk" close contacts identified after All-Pro cornerback Marlon Humphrey tested positive for COVID-19.
This doesn't indicate that those close contacts have tested positive results or will miss Sunday's game at the Indianapolis Colts. Humphrey, however, will be out Sunday because he must quarantine for 10 days following his positive test.
Also Tuesday, offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle) and guard Tyre Phillips were placed on injured reserve. Stanley, an All-Pro last year, is out for the season. Phillips, a rookie who started at right guard, is sidelined for at least three week.
Humphrey tested positive Monday, a day after playing every defensive snap in Sunday's 28-24 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. He missed one day of practice with an illness leading up to the game before returning to practice the rest of the week after testing negative.
The NFL sent a memo Tuesday asking teams to have players wear masks on the sideline and in the locker room during games.
In regards to the positive tests with the Ravens and Packers, the memo states "additional players and staff members were designated as 'High Risk Close Contacts' as a result of unmasked social interactions outside of the facility. In all of these circumstances, our medical experts have concluded that if masks were worn by players in both examples, the number of individuals that would have been designated as 'High Risk Close Contacts' would have been significantly reduced."
The NFL is also expanding the bench area from the 20-yard line to the other 20, to allow for more social distancing.
ESPN's Kevin Seifert contributed to this report.