CLEVELAND — Browns coach Kevin Stefanski is again together with his playoff workforce after having COVID-19. Stefanski returned to the workforce’s facility Thursday, 10 days after he examined optimistic with the virus and after he missed Cleveland’s playoff win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
Stefanski had been remoted in his residence for the required 10 days since contracting COVID-19. Stefanski couldn’t be with the Browns final week. He watched from residence on his basement TV as Cleveland beat the Steelers at Heinz Area for the primary time since 2003.
He’ll make his playoff debut Sunday when Browns play the defending Tremendous Bowl champion Kansas Metropolis Chiefs.