The Newark-Browns of New Jersey will depart for New Jersey on Saturday to participate in Sunday’s game against the Jets. A player tested the flight status as positive and their flight was delayed during contact tracing.
They will not name the player until the tracking is over, but there is news that it is not Jedrick Wills Jr., who was put on the COVID-19 standby list on Thursday because the person was in close contact with a person outside the facility Was tested positive.
The Browns also closed their facilities on Saturday and held a teleconference while consulting medical experts and the NFL on the appropriate next steps.
The 10-4 Browns are set to face the 1-13 Jets at MetLife Stadium at 1pm on Sunday. They have a chance to win the playoffs, defeat New York, and be lost by several AFC opponents. Dropped or tied.
Ryan Switzer, the successor of the will and internship team, was placed on the COVID-19 reserve list on Thursday after close contact with the same person who is not a member of the Brown organization.
Since being identified as a close contact, Wills’ test results have been negative, and the Browns are confident that they will be activated.
This will be good news for Browns, because Browns has a new starter on the offensive line of rookie Nick Harris, who is moving towards right back Wyatt Taylor ( Wyatt Teller (ankle) proposes. Taylor’s substitute Chris Hubbard suffered a torn right knee ligament and a dislocated knee in Sunday’s 20-6 victory over the Giants and underwent season-end surgery on Wednesday.
The Browns are already dealing with the impact of COVID-19 every week. Their star defensive end Myles Garrett (Myles Garrett) is still struggling with the lingering fight through the virus and coughing after last week’s game.
Garrett continues to receive respiratory therapy, and if the Browns pit in, he hopes to be close to himself in the playoffs.
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