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Browns held walk-through in garage after COVID-19 delay

After having their flight delayed because of a constructive COVID-19 take a look at, the Cleveland Browns held a crew walk-through in a resort storage.

Suffice to say, the lead as much as the Cleveland Browns’ Week 16 matchup in opposition to the New York Jets has been something however regular.

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That a lot was evident when Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski revealed to 3News’ Jim Donovan that the crew held a walk-through in a storage subsequent to the crew resort in freezing temperatures on Sunday morning.

“It’s nothing new,” Stefanski instructed Donovan, the Voice of the Browns, on the Browns Radio Community’s official pregame present. “It is 2020 and also you gotta be able to go.”

The Browns’ makeshift walk-through got here lower than a day after the crew delayed its flight to New Jersey after a participant examined constructive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). After inserting beginning center linebacker B.J. Goodson on the NFL’s reserve/COVID-19 record, Cleveland carried out contact tracing and later introduced that large receivers Jarvis Landry, Rashard Higgins, Donovan Peoples-Jones, KhaDarel Hodge and linebacker Jacob Phillips will miss the sport after being positioned on the NFL’s reserve/COVID-19 record, which was created for gamers who’ve both examined constructive for or have been uncovered to the coronavirus.

With Landry, Higgins, Peoples-Jones and Hodge all out, Marvin Corridor — who the Browns claimed off waivers earlier this month and has but to make his Cleveland debut — would be the solely large receiver from the crew’s conventional energetic roster to swimsuit up on Sunday. Moreover, the Browns have elevated large receivers Ja’Marcus Bradley and Derrick Willies and linebacker Montrel Meander from the apply squad, with all three gamers eligible to play in opposition to the Jets.

Laying declare to a 10-Four report, Cleveland can finish the NFL’s longest energetic postseason drought (17 years) with any of the next outcomes on Sunday:

  • Browns beat Jets, Colts lose to Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Browns beat Jets, Ravens lose or tie to New York Giants
  • Browns tie Jets, Ravens lose to Giants


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