Cleveland Browns down four-wide beneficiaries versus New York Jets because of COVID-19 conventions
Cleveland browns quarterback Baker Mayfield will be without the heft of his accepting corps for Sunday’s down at the New York Jets after contact following landed four wideouts on the save/COVID-19 rundown before the group took off from Cleveland.
Beginning recipients Jarvis Landry and Rashard Higgins, alongside key reinforcements Donovan Peoples-Jones and KhaDarel Hodge, were positioned on the rundown after being distinguished as high-hazard close contacts of a positive test. Cleveland declared before Saturday that a player had tried positive and later positioned beginning linebacker B.J. Goodson on the hold/COVID-19 rundown.
Cleveland’s trip to New Jersey was postponed by over four hours as the group directed contact following. It at long last left at 7 p.m. ET and has shown up in Newark. Tenderfoot linebacker Jacob Phillips was likewise positioned on the save/COVID-19 rundown.
The Browns had just a single dynamic recipient left, Marvin Hall, and needed to call up both Derrick Willies and tenderfoot Ja’Marcus Bradley off the training crew before a planned flight of 7 p.m. ET. None of the three has posted a gathering with Cleveland this season.
Landry will be feeling the loss of the main round of his seven-year NFL vacation, something he didn’t show up too glad about via online media.Mayfield will at any rate have his wallop defender, as beginning left tackle Jedrick Wills Jr., who was put on the infection list recently after coming into contact with a person outside the association who tried positive, was actuated on Saturday and is cleared to play Sunday.The Browns could secure their first season finisher compartment in quite a while on Sunday with a triumph over New York, in addition to misfortune from one of three groups: Miami, Baltimore, or Indianapolis.