The Pittsburgh Steelers and Tennessee Titans will play their postponed game now in Week 7 on Oct. 25, the NFL announced Friday.
The two AFC teams were scheduled to play Sunday, but the game was moved because of a COVID-19 outbreak for the Titans. ESPN reported Friday that 13 players and staff members had tested positive.
The new date for the Steelers-Titans means Pittsburgh’s previously scheduled game for Oct. 25 against the Baltimore Ravens will move to Nov. 1 at 1 p.m. ET.
Because of the shift, the Steelers and Titans now will have a bye in Week 4 — much earlier than scheduled. The Titans originally had a Week 7 bye, while the Steelers and Ravens had a bye in Week 8.
The Ravens’ bye moves to Week 7.
The Steelers and Titans will meet in Tennessee with a 1 p.m. ET start. Both games enter their bye week at 3-0.