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Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski exams constructive for COVID-19

Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski exams constructive for COVID-19

The Cleveland Browns have introduced that head coach Kevin Stefanski has examined constructive for COVID-19.

CLEVELAND — Someday after putting eight gamers on the reserve/COVID-19 checklist, the Cleveland Browns introduced that head coach Kevin Stefanski has examined constructive for COVID-19. Stefanski, who’s has acquired the COVID-19 vaccine and a booster shot, will have the ability to coach towards the Las Vegas Raiders on Saturday if he is capable of return two unfavorable COVID-19 exams 24 hours aside.

“He’s feeling high quality and can proceed his head teaching duties nearly as we put together for the Las Vegas Raiders sport on Saturday,” a Browns spokesperson mentioned in a press release.

Ought to Stefanski be unable to teach towards the Raiders, particular groups coordinator Mike Priefer will function the workforce’s performing head coach with offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt calling the workforce’s offensive performs. Performing operating backs coach Ryan Cordell has additionally examined constructive for COVID-19, per the workforce.

It is doable that the Browns might place extra gamers on the reserve/COVID-19 checklist in a while Wednesday.

“Our participant spherical of testing remains to be being performed and any participant transactions associated to COVID-19 reserve will probably be up to date and introduced as soon as finalized,” the workforce mentioned.

Stefanski beforehand examined constructive for COVID-19 this previous January, which pressured him to overlook the Browns’ win over the Pittsburgh Steelers within the AFC Wild Card spherical. Information of the 2020 NFL Coach of the Yr’s most up-to-date constructive check comes someday after Cleveland positioned large receiver Jarvis Landry, tight finish Austin Hooper, offensive sort out Jedrick Wills Jr., offensive guard Wyatt Teller, defensive finish Takkarist McKinley, guard Drew Forbes, kick returner JoJo Natson and tight finish Ross Travis on the COVID-19 checklist. 

At the moment, linebacker Anthony Walker Jr., tight finish David Njoku and punter Jamie Gillan stay on the reserve/COVID-19 checklist. All three gamers missed the Browns’ 24-22 win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

Saturday’s sport between the 7-6 Browns and 6-7 Raiders might have vital implications within the AFC Wild Card race.

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