The Baltimore Ravens promoted 10 players from their practice squad as COVID-19 replacements for Wednesday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Ravens still have 17 players on the reserve/COVID-19 list and unavailable to play vs. the Steelers.

Three of the 10 call-ups were tight ends — Sean Culkin, Eric Tomlinson, Luke Willson — given that the Ravens had zero TEs on the 53-man roster. Star Mark Andrews and backup Nick Boyle are two of the players on the COVID list.

Undrafted free agent quarterback Tyler Huntley will serve as a backup — along with Trace McSorley — to Robert Griffin III, making his first start of the season with Lamar Jackson on COVID reserve.

The remaining players called up Wednesday: LB Aaron Adeoye, DT Aaron Crawford, DE Chauncey Rivers, LS Nick Moore, OL R.J. Prince and RB Ty’Son Williams.