Report: Browns could be without several WRs for Week 16 vs. Jets
The Cleveland Browns could be terribly understaffed on passport catchers when they take on the New York Jets on Sunday. Reports from ESPN's Adam Schefter and others indicate that the team's three largest recipients are all exposed to high risk and close contact with COVID-19 and could be excluded for trip to New York.
Schefter mentions Jarvis Landry, Rashard Higgins, and Donovan Peoples-Jones as those who could be missing. The team is awaiting the NFL's verdict on what to do with the potentially depleted reception corps.
The Browns have already postponed their flight trip to New York due to some later COVID-19 developments. Linebacker B.J. Goodson was put on the reserve / COVID-19 list on Saturday, but that may not be the only Browns player missing on Sunday.
Update - the Browns will also be without WR KhaDarel Hodge and LB Jacob Phillips, according to Cleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot:
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