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Sport Browns safety Ronnie Harrison tests positive for COVID-19

23:45  07 january  2021
23:45  07 january  2021 Source:   profootballrumors.com

Karl-Anthony Towns has heartbreaking comment after game

  Karl-Anthony Towns has heartbreaking comment after game Towns was asked to compare his Timberwolves’ game-to-game mindset this season to other years. The answer led Towns to talk about how different of a person he is since he suffered so many losses in his family. Towns’ mother died of COVID-19. She is one of seven of his family members he says have died of COVID. Towns says he views his life completely differently now and that he is an entirely different person. Here’s the full quote from KAT when asked about how the team’s game-to-game mindset compared to previous seasons pic.twitter.

(Reuters) - The Cleveland Browns ' preparations for their pivotal regular-season finale took another hit as the team said they would not practice on Thursday after two more players tested positive for COVID - 19 . The Browns , who can clinch their first playoff berth in 17 years with a win over the rival

With Browns coach Kevin Stefanski listed among five new members of the team testing positive for COVID - 19 Star cornerback Denzel Ward, tight end Harrison Bryant, linebackers Malcolm Smith and B.J. Goodson and safety Andrew Sendejo all sat out Sunday's game after testing positive for

The Browns learned Thursday they will be without another starter against the Steelers. Ronnie Harrison tested positive for COVID-19, the Browns announced. The team will have another starting safety — Andrew Sendejo — back for its playoff opener, but the NFL has determined some coronavirus spread has occurred within the Browns.

a football player holding a bat on a field: Cleveland Browns defensive back Ronnie Harrison © Joseph Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports Cleveland Browns defensive back Ronnie Harrison

NFL chief medical officer Dr. Allen Sills said “there was some spread one individual to another,” via NFL.com’s Tom Pelissero (on Twitter). Previously, the league deemed the Browns’ virus issue as having resulted from a spread within the Cleveland-area community.

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Two more Browns players test positive for COVID - 19 ; practice facility closed. Video. Browns activate safety Ronnie Harrison . Last week, Cedar Point welcomed the return of guests with changes for visitor and employee safety , including mandatory masks, 50 percent occupancy and empty seats on

Two Titans players tested positive for COVID - 19 following Tuesday's round of testing , NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported, per a source. The Titans have dealt with a rash of positive COVID - 19 tests since their Week 3 game in Minnesota, with multiple players and team personnel contracting the virus.

Despite the Browns being down head coach Kevin Stefanski, Pro Bowl guard Joel Bitonio and others, the game remains on schedule for Sunday night, Pelissero tweets. However, contact tracing is ongoing, and intra-team spreads have triggered postponements this season. The Steelers saw multiple games — against the Titans and Ravens — postponed because of COVID-19 spreading within those teams’ facilities. The NFL could face a decision soon.

Even in the event of a postponement of a day or two, the Browns would not have Stefanski or Bitonio back due to their positive tests occurring earlier this week. Cleveland also has key contributors Denzel Ward, Kevin Johnson, KhaDarel Hodge, Malcolm Smith and Harrison Bryant on its reserve/COVID-19 list. Ward could be activated in time for Sunday’s game but only if he has not encountered symptoms.

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He described the tests as “worthless” and said publicly funded Covid - 19 testing was a “massive redistribution of tax money in the direction of the pharmaceutical industry.” The lawmaker said Covid - 19 restrictions have led to bankruptcies, mass unemployment, and social and economic crises

The NFL released a memo on Friday which updates the COVID - 19 testing protocols for newly acquired players. Starting Saturday, NFL free agents and players acquired from other teams will have the clock start on their six-day COVID - 19 entry testing process the day they arrive, even if they’re not

The Browns also placed linebacker Montrel Meander on the practice squad reserve/COVID-19 list but moved linebacker B.J. Goodson back onto their active roster after his stay on the COVID list.

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