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Cleveland Browns place tight end David Njoku on COVID-19 list

The Cleveland Browns placed restricted close David Njoku on the reserve/COVID-19 checklist Tuesday, placing his availability for Sunday’s crucial NFC North match in opposition to the Baltimore Ravens in query.

The Browns (six-six) also could be with no restricted close Harrison Bryant, who experienced a significant ankle sprain in 7 days 12 in opposition to the Ravens in a sixteen-10 decline, the Browns’ most the latest match right before their bye last week. Njoku experienced a landing reception in that match.

It was not introduced if Njoku analyzed optimistic for COVID-19 or if he is becoming placed on the checklist as an unvaccinated close contact.

If he is vaccinated and analyzed optimistic, he can return when he is ready to deliver two damaging tests 24 hours apart. If he’s unvaccinated and analyzed optimistic, he would be sidelined for a minimum amount of 10 days. If he is a close contact, he will have to quarantine for 5 days and can return following that time period if he provides a damaging test.

Njoku prospects the Browns with 407 receiving yards this year and is third on the staff with 27 receptions. He also is tied for the staff guide with 3 landing receptions.

The Browns signed Miller Forristall to the lively roster in a corresponding go. The Browns also have starting up restricted close Austin Hooper, who is 2nd on the staff with 28 receptions and has 261 yards and two touchdowns, on the lively roster.