TAMPA ― Tampa Bay fans, there will be no need to flip between the Rays-Dodgers in World Series Game 5 and the Bucs-Raiders on Sunday Night Football. The NFL took care of that dilemma.Due to the uncertainty surrounding a positive coronavirus test by Raiders offensive lineman Trent Brown and the isolation of some teammates, the NFL announced that the Bucs-Raiders game is being re-scheduled for a 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff Sunday on FOX.The Sunday night game on NBC will be the Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals at 8:20 p.m. ET.Apparently the NFL couldn’t risk having a last-minute cancellation of one of their primetime telecasts.“These decisions were made out of an abundance of caution to ensure that a game would be available for fans on Sunday Night Football,” a NFL statement said. “We expect the Buccaneers-Raiders game to be played on Sunday afternoon. Scheduling decisions are made to ensure the health and safety of players, coaches and game day personnel and in consultation with medical experts.”Of course, it’s possible kickoff for the Bucs-Raiders game could be moved again.Teams with players that have had positive coronavirus tests have had games moved to Monday or even Tuesday night. The Bill-Titans played their game on Tuesday, Oct. 13.Brown tested positive for COVID-19 this week and the entire Raiders starting offensive line was sent home Wednesday.Center Rodney Hudson, guards Gabe Jackson and Denzelle Good, tackle Kolton Miller and safety Johnathan Abram all missed their second straight day of practice Thursday while being placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. In addition, rookie cornerback Damon Arnette went on the list Monday.The league isn’t too happy with how the Raiders have followed their guidelines to prevent the spread of coronavirus.NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported Thursday that the league and players association are looking into whether Brown and other players working out together without masks violated the league’s protocol.The league could hold the Raiders responsible for not following protocols and make them play without some players."I think it’s been a real challenge for everybody,'' coach Jon Gruden said Wednesday. "We’ve been victimized here the last couple weeks with Maurice Hurst, Damon Arnette and now Trent Brown. Then we had to send all five starting (offensive) linemen home. None of them practiced (Wednesday or Thursday). We’re just listening to the advice of the NFL and doing the best we can to adapt and that’s the best we can do right now.''Earlier this month, the NFL fined several Raiders players after it was revealed they failed to follow league and local health guidelines by going maskless at a charity event.In addition, coach Jon Gruden was fined $100,000 and the team docked $250,000 when the Raiders coach didn’t properly wear his mask on the sideline during the game against the Saints.The Raiders also were fined $50,000 for allowing an unauthorized team employee into the locker room following a game this season.Bucs fans, however, won’t have to wait long to see their team in a primetime game.The Bucs play the Giants at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey on Monday Night Football Nov. 2 and host the New Orleans Saints on NBC Sunday Night Football Nov. 8."The night games, I think those are always fun for everybody,'' quarterback Tom Brady said. ”When you’re the team playing, a lot of players are watching you and you want to go out there and perform and perform well on the biggest stage. You see what you’re made of on the primetime stage. There’s a lot of folks in attention. And when we’re going on the road, especially, we’ve got to bring our very best.''