Newark, New Jersey-Baker Mayfield (Baker Mayfield) will wake up on Sunday morning, hoping it will be a nightmare.
Due to the high-risk close contact of BJ Goodson, who tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, his entire starting receiving team was eliminated in Sunday’s game against the 1-13 Jets.
Jarvis Landry has experienced injuries and has never missed a game in his career, but as a close contact, he will miss his first game. The same goes for Rashard Higgins, Donovan Peoples-Jones, KhaDarel Hodge and defender Jacob Jacob Phillips.
Goodson will participate in the last two games of the regular season because players who test positive must be absent for at least 1
The game will continue, and the Browns have a chance to win the scoring zone championship in their first victory in 18 years.
When they got news that Goosen tested positive, the Browns went to New Jersey on Saturday to compete. They closed the facility and the flight was delayed due to contact tracking work.
The only thing that will get worse is if Mayfield keeps in close contact.
Goodson will be replaced by Tae Davis, Malcolm Smith or Mack Wilson, who came to power last week due to the coach’s decision. Wilson has a chance to redeem himself from low-level games, and any other income made him healthy last week.
“BJ did a great job,” Stefansky said on December 7, the day after Goodson helped the Browns beat the Titans 41-35. “He is definitely the emotional leader of the defense. Hear his voice before meeting him. He calls everyone in practice and games. He plays an important role in these ball games to help us win.”
The highlight of the Browns is that the outstanding rookie season of the left tackle Jr. Wells will continue uninterrupted.
The will was activated from the COVID-19 reserve list on Saturday and will face 1-13 jets.
Browns also promoted center Javon Patterson from the practice team as a replacement for COVID-19.
For the 10-4 Browns, this is an important game. They can get their first playoff spot in 18 years with the help of their opponents in the AFC. The victory of the Browns and the defeat or draw of the Ravens, Dolphins or Colts put them in for the first time since 2002.
The NFL has postponed the game this season because the team did not have a COVID-19 outbreak, but since Goodson is the only player of the Browns who has tested positive, the game is still going on.
Wells was put on the COVID-19 list on Thursday, which was in close contact with someone outside the Browns organization who tested positive for the virus. This person has nothing to do with the Wells charity event on Tuesday, which is a joint donation of gifts and cash worth $50,000 to six families in need with the Greater Cleveland City Alliance.
If Wells is not activated, then Kendall Lahm, a sixth-grade tackle, can replace him. But the Browns have always been confident in Wells because he has been testing negative for the virus, so he will start the 15th this season.
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“[Wills] Excellent performance in the last game,” coach Kevin Stefansky said on Thursday. He continued to improve. He is a young player. You will find that the young player has some beautiful moments, some moments he wants to be better. The good news is that he really wants to get better, and he and (offensive line) Coal (Bill) Callahan worked very hard before, during and after practice. “
Left-back Joel Bitonio (Joel Bitonio) was surprised and frustrated to hear Wills make the list on Thursday.
He said: “That’s a big problem.” “Talk about the appearance of a rookie, start each game and stay focused. Is it perfect? No, but the way he plays and some of the things he does during passing… Many of the things he did appeared on an island one-on-one. It was impressive.
“We have a good relationship now. Me, he and JC (Tretter) are a little cooperative on the left, and you are used to playing well with people like this. Obviously, he is an important part of our offense and why we started An important reason for turning here.”
According to profootballfocus.com, Wills ranks 14th in NFL pass interceptions
Receiver Jarvis Landry said: “He is constantly improving in every game.” “He is one of the players who have been on the left side of qualifying all season. We will definitely need him.”