COVID-19: finally good news in sport


The Cleveland Browns will be able to count on some welcome reinforcements, as their No. 1 quarterback Baker Mayfield, along with backup pivot Case Keenum and wide receiver Jarvis Landry, all had their names removed from the roster. players unavailable due to COVID-19 on Friday.

Consequently, they will all be available for Saturday’s duel against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. The Ohio squad are desperate for a playoff berth. Having had to use Nick Mullens as quarterback in Monday’s game, a 16-14 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders, she is 7-7 and is in the cellar of the North section of the American Association. .

Separately, another NFL organization has learned good news as the New Orleans Saints will be reuniting with head coach Sean Payton for Monday’s game against the Miami Dolphins. He had tested positive for the coronavirus seven days ago.

Giannis returns

In the NBA, Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo is no longer subject to the league’s COVID-19 protocol, according to ESPN.

Consequently, Antetokounmpo could play in Saturday’s game against the Boston Celtics if he feels ready to take over. He must have been sidelined on Dec. 14, but despite his absence, the Wisconsin club have won three of their five clashes.


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