Cleveland Browns prevent attack Jedrick Wills Jr.. In the Reserve / COVID-19 list.
The No. 10 pick in this year’s draft, from Alabama, has started every game on the left for Cleveland this season.
Wills was placed on the list after being identified as having a high-risk close relationship with someone outside the organization. If tested negative for five days in a row, Wills deserves to be left out of the virus list, tracking him down to play Sunday against the New York Jets.
“There’s a chance,” coach Kevin Stephensky said.
Wills’ absence from practice was the latest blow to the abruptly collided Browns attack line. Starts proper protection Wyatt Teller He missed Sunday’s game with an ankle injury and was expected to miss training again on Thursday. Cleveland has also lost a key backup lineman Chris Hubbard, Was placed in injured reserves with a knee injury when starting to replace Teller on Sunday. Rookie Center Nick Harris Filled into custody for Teller and Hubbard.
One source told ESPN earlier this week that Wills’ close contact with his winter bombing incident had nothing to do with the issue.
Browns also kept the receiver Ryan Switzer Training Team / COVID-19 List.
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