Bruce Arians passed COVID protocols and will be in the game against Jets

Wide receivers coach Kevin Garver also passed protocols and will also be in Sunday’s game.

The coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Bruce arians, approved the protocols of COVID-19 on Saturday and will train against the New York Jets on Sunday, the team announced.

The wide receiver coach Kevin garver he also passed the protocols and will also be in Sunday’s game.

The Buccaneers activated cornerbacks Jamel Dean and Sean Murphy-Bunting from the roster of reserve / COVID-19 Saturday. Both players are in doubt (due to illness) against the Jets, the organization reported.

Arians tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this week and dealt with mild symptoms, mainly a cough, she told Jenna laine from ESPN.

Arians, 69, has had multiple health problems in his career, including a prostate cancer diagnosis in 2007, a skin cancer diagnosis in 2013, and a renal cell carcinoma that required removal of part of his kidney in 2017. He had to undergo a physical exam to make sure he was healthy enough to coach the Buccaneers, before taking the job in 2019 and has had no documented health problems since coaching Tampa.

The Buccaneers activated wide receiver Mike Evans from the COVID-19 list on Friday. He’s also questionable for Sunday’s game, with a hamstring injury.