The Cleveland Browns added three players to its Reserve/COVID-19 List on Wednesday.
All three players are being placed on the list because of their close proximity to a non-staff member that tested positive.
In addition, Myles Garrett will not be at practice on Wednesday because he is not feeling well.
In addition to the 3 players going on COVID-19 list, #Browns DE Myles Garrett will not be at practice as he was told to stay home after not feeling well. He's not on the COVID-19 list, similar to OBJ about a month ago.
— Fred Greetham (@FredGreetham) November 18, 2020
Myles Garrett has tested negative for COVID-19 but may not return to practice until Friday.
We will place T Jack Conklin, LS Charley Hughlett and K Cody Parkey on the reserve/COVID-19 list. pic.twitter.com/gMFVGNQw6B
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) November 18, 2020
1. Jack Conklin
Starting right tackle Jack Conklin is now on the list.
Conklin, the former Tennessee Titan, signed with the Browns as a free agent in the offseason.
He has bolstered a previously troubled offensive line and is under a 3-year contract with the Browns.
2. Charley Hughlett
Long snapper Charley Hughlett is now on the list.
30-year-old Hughlett has been with the Browns since 2014.
3. Cody Parkey
Kicker Cody Parkey is added to the list.
Parkey has been nearly perfect since being named the starting kicker in Week 2.
He made 23 of 24 extra points and has converted 11 of 12 field goals.
The Browns are hopeful that all three of these players will be available on Sunday for the Eagles game, but they need to have negative test results throughout the week.
Prior to today, two players already already were on the list.
1. Chris Hubbard
Hubbard was put on the list on Friday the 13th.
He had been filling in on the offensive line while Wyatt Teller was out.
Teller returned on Sunday.
2. Andy Janovich
Fullback Andy Janovich was put on the list.
It is believed he tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, November 16.
Browns Meetings Are Virtual
The Browns are continuing with the intensive protocols.
However, the facility remains open for practices, but the team is holding all meetings virtually this week.