The Cleveland Browns have reopened their facility after a participant examined optimistic for the coronavirus on Monday.
CLEVELAND — Editor’s observe: the video within the participant above is from Nov. 16, 2020
In the future after shutting down their workforce facility after a participant examined optimistic for the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Cleveland Browns have reopened their constructing, in keeping with Andrew Gribble of the Cleveland Browns.
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No shut contacts have been recognized by way of contact tracing after the participant examined optimistic on Monday morning.
On Monday afternoon, the Browns positioned fullback Andy Janovich on the COVID-19 reserve listing, which is reserved for gamers who’ve examined optimistic for or been uncovered to the coronavirus. Janovich performed 26 snaps (15 offensive, 11 particular groups) throughout Cleveland’s 10-7 win over the Houston Texans on Sunday.
The Browns’ shutdown marked their second in 4 days after the workforce additionally closed their facility on Friday following a optimistic check. The workforce later positioned offensive lineman Chris Hubbard on its COVID-19 reserve listing.
Whereas Hubbard remained sidelined for Cleveland’s win over Houston on Sunday, no different participant was performed on the COVID-19 reserve listing because of contact tracing. Talking to reporters on Monday, Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski mentioned his workforce was ready to as soon as once more take care of the distinctive circumstances of taking part in soccer amid a pandemic.
“That’s the world we reside in proper now, and we’re able to do no matter is critical to maintain everyone protected, at first — hold our coaches, gamers and employees protected,” Stefanski mentioned. “That’s actually the place our mentality is. Whereas doing that, we nonetheless have to organize and prepare to play.”
Laying declare to a 6-Three file, the Browns will host the 3-5-1 Philadelphia Eagles at FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday.