Browns Place Myles Garrett on Covid Reserve List

Myles Garrett

Browns Place Myles Garrett on Covid Reserve List 2 Getty Images Jason Miller Dylan Gwinn20 Nov 2020

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While it will be good to have Conklin and Parkey to play the NFC East-leading Eagles (3-5-1), the Browns won't have star defensive end Myles Garrett. The reserve list is meant for players who have either tested positive for the coronavirus or came into contact with someone who has the illness.

The Browns put struggling Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz in a spot where he had to play from behind, and nothing about Wentz's body language or his throws indicated that he was going to bring his team back. They remain on the COVID list after testing positive for the virus.

Garrett likely would have added to his sack tally against Philadelphia.

"Our facility remains open and our practice time for today remains as scheduled".

On Thursday, Cleveland head coach Kevin Stefanski said he expected Garrett to return on Friday, However, when Garrett tested positive, the team followed league-mandated protocols and ruled him out of Sunday's game.

The team has dealt with the coronavirus all week.

Behind Sione Takitaki's pick-six and Olivier Vernon's sack safety, the Browns weathered the rain - and absence of their top defensive player - to knock off the Philadelphia Eagles, 22-17.

He was placed on the COVID-19 list on Friday by the Browns, who had isolated him at home the previous two days because he was showing symptoms.

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