Browns place Jarvis Landry and seven more on COVID-19 list

The wide receiver leads a group of eight Cleveland players who were sidelined by the virus

BEREA – The Cleveland browns on Tuesday placed eight players in the reservation list/COVID-19, including four offensive starters with the Pro Bowl wide receiver, Jarvis landry, the offensive guard Wyatt teller, tight end Austin hooper and the left tackle Jedrick Wills Jr.

Defensive end Takkarist McKinley, the clearance returns specialist Jojo natson, the alternate guard Drew forbes and the backup tight end Ross Travis they were also placed on the list.

All eight players are vaccinated, a source told ESPN.

After Tuesday’s test round, the league placed the Browns in its strengthened mitigation protocols, which means that all meetings will take place virtually. The Browns they had a review test scheduled for this Tuesday afternoon.

The starting tight end David njoku and linebacker Anthony Walker were sent to the reservation list/COVID-19 last week and missed Sunday’s 24-22 win over the Baltimore Ravens. Neither has been activated yet.

Because they have less rest time that week, children Browns now they may be out of several key elements for Saturday’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Vaccinated players can return after producing two negative tests 24 hours apart. Unvaccinated players must be absent for at least 10 days.

Landry Y Hooper lead the Browns with 38 and 33 receptions this season, respectively. They both had touchdown receptions in the win over Baltimore.

Last month, Teller signed a four-year extension with the Browns for 56.8 million dollars. Wills, recruited by Cleveland In the first round of the draft last year, he has started at left tackle for the past two seasons.

Cleveland (7-6) is fighting for a playoff spot and the Browns have a 38.1 percent chance of making the postseason, according to the “Football Power Index” by ESPN.