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Will Browns DE Myles Garrett play vs. Philadelphia Eagles?

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In keeping with Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski, Myles Garrett is predicted to make his return to apply on Friday after coping with an sickness.

CLEVELAND — Whereas a current sickness offered some causes for concern, it seems Myles Garrett shall be within the Cleveland Browns’ lineup on Sunday once they face the Philadelphia Eagles.

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In keeping with Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski, Garrett is predicted to make his return to apply on Friday after the star defensive finish missed apply on Wednesday and Thursday attributable to an unspecified sickness. The 2018 Professional Bowl choice has not examined constructive for the coronavirus (COVID-19) however has remained away from the group facility whereas sick because of the league’s protocol.

“Day-to-day,” Stefanski stated on Thursday. “Myles is scheduled to come back again tomorrow.”

As for the 4 Cleveland gamers who’re at present on the reserve/COVID-19 checklist, Stefanski stated that proper sort out Jack Conklin and kicker Cody Parkey might make their return to apply on Saturday and in time to play in opposition to the Eagles on Sunday. Lengthy snapper Charley Hughlett, in the meantime, made his return to apply on Thursday and wasn’t in the end positioned on the reserve/COVID-19 checklist, because the group had beforehand introduced.

“Jack and Cody would probably [return] on Saturday,” Stefanski stated. “It is simply day-to-day and ensuring we’re following all the foundations.”

On Monday, the Browns shut down their group facility after a participant examined constructive for the coronavirus. Later within the day, the group positioned fullback Andy Janovich on the reserve/COVID-19 checklist, which was created for gamers who’ve both examined constructive for the coronavirus or who’ve been quarantined after having been in shut contact with an contaminated particular person or individuals. On Tuesday, the Browns added Conklin and Parkey to the COVID-19 checklist.

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Whereas the Browns reopened their facility on Tuesday, their shutdown marked their second in 4 days after the group additionally closed their facility on Friday following a constructive take a look at. The group later positioned offensive lineman Chris Hubbard on its COVID-19 reserve checklist.

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